Chronic Disease

One of the drawbacks of living with a chronic condition is having to take medication on a long-term basis. Finding time to get your prescription renewed and constant trips to the pharmacy in person can be time-consuming.

Here at Treated.com, we’ve developed our service with convenience in mind. As well as offering a reliable and safe consultation and prescription service, which is staffed by qualified physicians, we also provide a reordering service for those looking to get repeat medications delivered to their home.

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  • Addison's disease

    Addison's disease is when the adrenal glands get damaged, which has a negative effect on the production of hormones. It's an autoimmune condition and symptoms include weight loss, fatigue, muscle weakness and feeling thirsty. 

  • Angina (Chest Pain)

    Angina is the term used to describe chest pain related to arterial flow problems around the heart. It occurs when these arteries become stiffened or tight.

    We do not provide treatment for this condition.

  • Antidiabetic drugs

    Type 1 diabetes is usually treated with insulin, whereas Type 2 diabetes is typically managed by making changes to your lifestyle, and taking metformin. 

  • Antiepileptics

    Treatment for epilepsy may vary depending on what the cause is and its severity, but most people with the condition benefit from using antiepileptic drugs. 

  • Arthritis

    Different forms of arthritis can be treated, but in most cases cannot be cured. A prompt diagnosis and management of the condition from an early stage can prevent significant damage to the joint later in life. 

  • Asperger Syndrome

    Asperger's syndrome (AS) affects someone's social interaction and is a form of autism. It's an incurable condition and can have a considerable bearing on someone's personality. 

  • Asthma

    Asthma is a chronic condition which affects the main airways in the body. It is characterised by difficulty breathing, coughing and wheezing, and affects people of all ages.

    1. Over 5 million people in the UK have it
    2. Attacks can be triggered by various factors
    3. Treatment can relieve symptoms
  • Beta blockers

    Beta blockers are prescribed to treat conditions such as angina and heart failure, but may also be used to help manage anxiety. 

  • Bisphosphonates

    Bisphosphonates slow down the speed at which bone density is lost, and take around six months to have an effect. 

  • Calcium channel blockers

    Calcium channel blockers work by widening the arteries, allowing blood to flow more freely and helping to lower blood pressure. 

  • COPD

    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (or COPD) is a long-term condition affecting the airways. It causes inflammation of the respiratory tract and can inhibit breathing.

    Please note that treatments for COPD are not currently available through our site.

  • Corticosteroids

    Corticosteroids can be used to treat conditions such as asthma, eczema and Crohn's disease. They are available to purchase over the counter in some cases, but stronger types may require a prescription. 

  • Crohn’s Disease

    Crohn's disease is a condition that affects the digestive system, causing inflammation. Blood and mucus in the stool, going to the toilet more frequently than usual and in some cases weight loss are symptoms. 

  • Diabetes

    Type-2 Diabetes is a condition which is typified by high and uncontrolled blood sugar. It affects nearly 3 million people in the UK.

    We do not currently offer treatments for diabetes through our service. If you need to renew your prescription or would like to speak to someone regarding your treatment, we recommend that you arrange to see your GP.

  • Dry Eyes

    Dry eyes syndrome is a common eye complaint. It is usually caused by either a reduction in the amount of tears being produced or circumstances that make tears evaporate too quickly.

    It is now more straightforward than ever to buy dry eyes treatment online. Our easy-to-use doctor consultation service allows you to order medication and have it delivered to your home.

  • Epilepsy

    Epilepsy is a common condition that that impacts on the brain and results in seizures. It's typically a lifelong condition, but symptoms can improve with treatment. 

  • Fibromyalgia

    Fibromyalgia causes muscular pain and tenderness in various parts of the body, and is chronic in nature. Although what triggers the condition is unclear, its believed that its linked to pain receptors in the central nervous system. 

  • Glucocorticoids

    Glucocorticoids are typically used to treat health conditions such as asthma, Crohn's disease and rheumatoid arthritis. 

  • Gout

    Gout is an arthritic condition which causes joints to become inflamed and painful to move or touch. An excess of uric acid in the bloodstream causes grit-like crystals to form in the joint spaces causing inflammation and sometimes irreversible damage.

    We do not offer gout treatments through our service. To renew your prescription for these medicines, see your GP.

  • H2 Receptor Antagonists

    H2 receptor antagonists are used to treat conditions where there is too much acid in the stomach, such as gastric ulcers and chronic heartburn. 

  • High Blood Pressure

    High blood pressure is a condition where the heart and arteries have to work harder than normal to pump blood around the body.

    1. Doesn’t present immediate symptoms
    2. May lead to cardiovascular illness
    3. Can be managed with tablet treatment
  • High Cholesterol

    High Cholesterol is a condition which does not always cause any outward physical symptoms, but can lead to serious illnesses, such as heart disease.

    Please note that we do not provide prescriptions for high cholesterol medicines through our site. To renew yours or if you have a question about treatment, speak to your doctor.

  • Hip pain

    In terms of treatment, muscle strengthening exercises, losing weight, anti-inflammatories and hip surgery can be effective measures.

  • Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD)

    Lifestyle changes, medication and surgery are measures that can all help with inflammatory bowel diseases.  

  • Insulin

    Insulin helps to regulate blood glucose levels in cases of Type 1, and sometimes Type 2, diabetes. 

  • Irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia)

    Arrythmia is when the heart beats with an abnormal rhythm, which is triggered by a fault with electrical signals. They tend to be caused by a heart condition, and palpitations and dizziness are prevalent symptoms. 

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder of the digestive system which causes individuals to battle unpleasant symptoms often including diarrhoea, constipation, abdominal pain and bloating.

    Arranging to see your doctor about your IBS might not always be the easiest option. Here at Treated.com we’ve made it easy for you to access the same treatments without having to leave your home. Simply take some time to complete our online medical assessment and have your treatment delivered straight to your door.

  • Narcolepsy

    Narcolepsy is a condition in which sleeping patterns are disrupted, which makes people extremely tired. It's a chronic, neurological condition but a sleep plan and exercise can help with symptoms. It's triggered by a lack of the chemical hypocretin in the body.

  • Nitrates

    Nitrates are available in three different forms: glyceryl trinitrate (GTN), isosorbide dinitrate and isosorbide mononitrate. 

  • Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis is a prevalent type of arthritis, that causes pain and stiffness in the joints. It doesn't always present symptoms, and someone may only become aware of it when the condition is advanced.  

  • Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a condition characterised by thinning bones. It's quite common in older people, and women going through the menopause are more prone to it.

  • Psoriatic arthritis

    Psoriatic arthritis is a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the joints. It's linked to psoriasis and most cases develop among people who already have psoriasis. It may vary in severity and flare ups are common. 

  • Raynaud's Syndrome

    Raynaud's syndrome (or Raynaud's phenomenon) is characterised by loss of sensation and colour in the fingers and toes, and is caused by restricted blood flow.

    Medication for Raynaud's is not available through our site. Speak to your GP if you are looking to renew your prescription or think you may have symptoms and are seeking treatment for the first time.

  • Restless legs syndrome

    Restless legs syndrome (RLS) affects the nervous system causing a strange tingling, itching or burning sensation usually in the thighs, calves and feet. It results in the uncontrollable urge to move the legs and can disturb sleep.

    There are lifestyle changes you can make to help with RLS symptoms. But in some cases, treatment with dopamine agonists might be required.

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is when the joints become inflamed, resulting in pain and stiffness, commonly in the wrists, hands and feet. It's a chronic condition, and treatment should be administered as soon as possible to prevent complications.  

  • Sedatives

    Sedatives can be used to treat anxiety conditions, epilepsy and insomnia. They are available in a number of different forms. 

  • Sleep apnoea

    Sleep apnoea is a condition in which the upper airways become blocked during sleep. It is considered to be linked to obesity, having a large neck and narrow airways. Smoking and drinking to excess may also be factors in the development of sleep apnoea. 

  • Sleep Disorders

    In most cases, making changes to your lifestyle is the recommended treatment for sleep disorders. 

  • Statins

    Statins help to manage high cholesterol, and reduce the risks of serious health events such as strokes and heart attacks from occurring. 

  • Ulcerative Colitis

    Ulcerative colitis is inflammation of the colon and the rectum. It results in the development of ulcers on the large intestine's surface and is a chronic condition. Treatments tend to focus on suppressing the immune system to manage flare-ups.

  • Underactive thyroid

    Underactive thyroid is a condition where the thyroid gland does not produce sufficient levels of the thyroxine hormone. This can often affect metabolism and lead to various symptoms, such as fatigue and weight fluctuations.

    You can order your repeat treatment for hypothyroidism online, using our secure consultation facility. Take our questionnaire to have your prescription request reviewed by our doctor.

  • Water Retention

    Fluid retention is known medically as oedema. It occurs as a result of excess liquid building up in the body’s blood cells leaving the affected area looking swollen.

    We do not offer medicines for this condition through our site. To renew your prescription, or if you think you may be experiencing symptoms, speak to your GP.

A chronic condition is one which tends to require long-term treatment. Many of these conditions go through periods of flare-up and remission.

IBS is one such example. This is a condition which affects the gut, and can cause a range of symptoms including bloating, constipation, diarrhoea and fatigue. It is a common condition, thought to affect roughly one in five people in the UK. What causes it is not entirely understood, and symptom triggers can vary depending on the person. For some, stress may cause symptoms to flare-up; whereas for others, dietary factors such as processed food, caffeine, alcohol or fizzy drinks may trigger an episode.

Making dietary or lifestyle changes can often help patients with IBS to manage the condition. However, some people may also require treatment to ease discomfort. Mebeverine is a treatment which combats symptoms of IBS by encouraging muscles in the gut to relax. This helps to reduce pain and unpredictable spasms in the digestive system.

Dry eyes, or dry eyes syndrome, is characterised by inhibited in tear production in the eyes. This can lead to feelings of irritation and redness in the eyes, as tears are needed to keep the eyes lubricated. Ilube helps to alleviate symptoms by preventing the buildup of mucus, and providing lubrication.

Chronic conditions can be caused by a range of factors and affect various parts of the body, including the airways (asthma and COPD), the heart and cardiovascular system (high blood pressure, high cholesterol and angina), the legs and feet (restless legs, fluid retention and gout), and the extremities (Raynaud’s syndrome). Other examples of chronic conditions which often require ongoing treatment are diabetes and hypothyroidism.

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