Getting health advice really couldn’t be easier! Simply work through one of our clinically tested health assessment tools by selecting your symptoms and answering some short questions about how you’re feeling.
Once you’ve finished, we’ll instantly give you advice on the best course of action and, if you can look after yourself at home, we’ll tell you how.
+ Health assessment on the move
+ A comprehensive range of symptom checkers
+ Personalised guides to looking after yourself
+ Option to save advice to your device
How to use the NHS Health and Symptom checker app
Checking your symptoms
Scroll through the list of symptom checkers, pick the one that best matches your symptoms and answer the questions.
After working through our symptom checker, we’ll give you advice on what to do next, whether that means seeing your GP, going to a walk-in centre or looking after yourself at home.
Looking after yourself
If you can treat your symptoms yourself, we’ll provide you with a step-by-step self help guide on what you can do to make yourself better. You can save this information to your device so you can access it at any time.
Note: This app is provided for people living in England only. For health advice and information for people living in other parts of the UK, please visit NHS Northern Ireland (http://www.hscni.net/), NHS 24 Scotland (http://www.nhs24.com/) or NHS Direct Wales (http://www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/) as appropriate.
This information will assist in guiding treatment choices and help to identify factors that may worsen or improve your symptoms.
• Capture detailed diary entries for food, drink, medication, bowel movements, symptoms, emotions and exercise using your smartphone or tablet.
• Generate a PDF report from your diary entries and email this from the app to yourself or your doctor, or save simply save the PDF directly to your device.
• Set custom alert notifications to remind you to make diary entries at certain times of the day.
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Before you diagnosis that your dog is having allergy problems you should think of other related problems that can cause false sign for allergy symptoms such as your dog might scratches their skin due to rash, insect bite etc. Doing daily inspection on your dog will helps you alot in detecting sign of symptoms at the early stage.