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Brookfield Amcal Pharmacy: Availability of UTI Treatment

Brookfield Amcal Pharmacy Announcing Availability of Urinary Tract Infection Treatment

Brookfield Pharmacy, located in Tauranga, now offering antibiotic for treatment of urinary tract infections, without a prescription

Tauranga, December 27, 2013 - Brookfield Amcal Pharmacy, located in Tauranga, is announcing the availability of the antibiotic, Trimethoprim 300 mg, which is an effective treatment for urinary tract infections. Customers will have access to the antibiotic through a consultation with the expert and trained pharmacy staff at Brookfield, after completing a detailed consultation and checklist. When a customer meets the necessary criteria, as established by the pharmacist, she can receive the medication without a prescription.

The medication is available only to women, ages 16-65, with uncomplicated urinary tract infections. The medication is not available to women who are pregnant or who have taken a course of antibiotics in the previous six months leading up to the consultation with pharmacists.

“Urinary tract infections are something that affect many women, and it’s important they know they can get treatment without a prescription,” said a spokesperson for Brookfield Pharmacy. “It can be a painful situation that affects your quality of life, but with a quick visit to our pharmacy, you can receive an antibiotic that will get your life back to normal, without having to visit a doctor or receive a prescription. Our ultimate goal is always to provide not only top quality products, but also convenience and unparalleled service, which is why we’re pleased to announce this offering.”

Brookfield Pharmacy also has a range of products available online, as well as free New Zealand-wide delivery on orders over $100. The pharmacy carries a broad selection of items including the top beauty and cosmetic lines in New Zealand, natural health products, medicines, personal care and hygiene products and fashion and accessory items.

“Our ultimate goal is always to offer the products and services that are going to ensure our customers are healthy, happy and enjoying the highest possible quality of life,” said the Brookfield spokesperson. “Additionally, we always strive to provide the most knowledgeable and friendly customer service available, which is what keeps us a leader among New Zealand pharmacies.”

Brands carried by Brookfield range from New Zealand-sourced items, to top names in the global pharmacy, health and beauty industries.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.brookfieldpharmacy.co.nz.

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