Islay Pharmacy


Earache is a common ailment, often signifying an underlying issue such as an infection or fluid build up in the ear. It can result in sharp or dull pain, discomfort, and sometimes even temporary hearing loss. Find earache treatment in Bowmore on the Isle of Islay at Islay Pharmacy today!

A young child might have earache if they:

  • rub or pull their ear
  • do not react to some sounds
  • have a temperature of 38C or above
  • are irritable or restless
  • are off their food
  • keep losing their balance

How Islay Pharmacy Can Help

  1. Expert Consultations: Our Pharmacy First service offers rapid consultations with our experienced pharmacist. Skip the waiting times and receive immediate attention to address your earache concerns.
  2. Over-the-counter Solutions: Islay Pharmacy provides expert advice on suitable over-the-counter remedies to alleviate earache symptoms. From pain relievers to ear drops, our comprehensive range is available to help you find relief.
  3. Personalised Guidance: Our knowledgeable pharmacist will offer personalised guidance on managing your earache, including recommendations for at-home care and when it might be crucial to seek further medical attention.

Why Choose Pharmacy First at Islay Pharmacy?

Pharmacy First ensures a swift and efficient process, saving you time and offering the convenience of immediate attention to your earache concerns.

Our experienced pharmacist at Islay Pharmacy are well-equipped to guide you through the process of managing earaches, ensuring you receive the best care possible.

Our Pharmacy First service underscores our commitment to providing accessible and effective solutions for common health issues like earache in Bowmore, Isle of Islay.

Book Your Pharmacy First Appointment Today!

Don’t let earache disrupt your well-being. Book your Pharmacy First appointment at Islay Pharmacy in Bowmore, Isle of Islay, and experience swift relief tailored to your needs. Take the first step towards better ear health. Get in touch if you have any questions.

The age range for this condition is 1 to 17 years.