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*** URGENT MESSAGE TO ALL CALLERS **

DUE TO An EXTERNAL POWER FAILURE ON 3RD FEBRUARY OUR PHONE LINES ARE OUT OF ORDER. OUR PHONE SUPPLIERS ARE WORKING WITH BT TO REPAIR THE PROBLEM. 

WE APOLOGISE FOR THIS SITUATION WHICH IS ENTIRELY OUT OF OUR CONTROL. WE HOPE TO HAVE OUR SERVICES RESTORED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

WE ARE OPEN AS USUAL AND ALL APPOINTMENTS AND QUERIES CAN BE HANDLED AT RECEPTION.

AGAIN SINCERE APOLOGIES TO ALL OUR PATIENTS.

Diarrhoea

Acute diarrhoea is usually caused by a viral or bacterial infection and affects almost everyone from time to time.  A common cause in both children and adults is gastroenteritis, an infection of the bowel.

Bouts of diarrhoea in adults may also be brought on by anxiety or drinking too much coffee or alcohol. Diarrhoea may also be a side effect of a medication

NHS Choices
Symptoms, causes, treatment and information

Macmillan Cancer Support
Diarrhoea as a result of cancer treatments


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