UTI, menstural cramps, smoking cessation treatment, Moncton

Treatment of minor conditions

If you have a minor condition, our pharmacists may be able to help you avoid an overcrowded emergency room or after-hours clinic.

By completing your assessment in our private consultation room, you can quickly get on with your day.

Prescription dispensing Moncton

There are 34 minor conditions that pharmacists can assess and prescribe for, including (but not limited to):

  • Uncomplicated urinary tract infections
  • Cold sores, mouth ulcers and oral thrush
  • Diaper rash, bug bites, mild to moderate eczema, and mild acne
  • Diarrhea, reflux, and hemorrhoids
  • Menstrual cramps, emergency contraception, and yeast infections
  • Smoking cessation


Appointments are preferred but not required for an assessment.

*In accordance with the Regulations to the New Brunswick Pharmacy Act

**Professional consultation fees may apply 

UTI

Urinary tract infections (UTI) can begin without warning and are often quite uncomfortable.  A recent study showed that pharmacists can effectively and safely assess and prescribe for urinary tract infections, resulting in a very high cure rate.  By seeing our pharmacist for a UTI assessment, you can avoid long waits at the ER or an after hours clinic.  

If you believe you are suffering from a UTI our pharmacists can help by prescribing antibiotics that will help the infection.

There is no cost for this service for New Brunswick residents with a valid New Brunswick Medicare card.

Contraception Management
(Birth Control)

Pharmacists can help you manage your reproductive health needs by assessing and prescribing hormonal contraception (birth control), such as oral tablets, vaginal ring, patch, or injection.  If you are new to contraception or need help with your current regimen, our pharmacists can help.

During your consultation we will work with you to determine the therapy that best meets your needs. You and our pharmacist will select the most appropriate method of birth control based on your medical history, medications, risk factors, guidelines, and your preferences. An initial three-month trial is usually prescribed for new treatment.  Our pharmacist will follow up with you to re-assess and to continue or change your choice of contraception.  Once an appropriate therapy is established, your prescription may be valid for up to one year.

During your consultation, our pharmacist will provide you with information on proper use of your birth control, what to do when you miss a dose, and possible adverse reactions. Our pharmacist will provide you with information and resources pertaining to other sexual health topics (such as sexually transmitted diseases, sexual dysfunction, assault, abortion, and screenings for cancer). They will also assess for any potential sexual health risk factors.

There is no cost for this service for New Brunswick residents with a valid New Brunswick Medicare card.

Shingles Treatment

A shingles infection must be managed quickly to avoid potentially severe and long-lasting complications.  For this reason, pharmacists can provide a consultation and prescribe anti-viral medication should you develop shingles, giving you quick access to treatment.

During your consultation, if our pharmacist finds that you have symptoms that can lead to more serious complications (such as vision impairment), they will refer you to emergency care.

There is no cost for this service for New Brunswick residents with a valid New Brunswick Medicare card.

Harrisville Pharmacy
1121 Shediac Rd, Moncton
NB E1A 7B6




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Phone (506) 858-5050


Send us your question and we will get back to you

You can also reach us by
Email [email protected]
Phone: (506) 858-5050