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The following options are available to patients when requesting repeat prescriptions.  Repeat prescriptions are available for collection two working days later during normal opening hours.
If you wish your prescription can be collected by a local pharmacist, please ask reception for further details.  Please note your prescription will not dispensed until you attend at the chemist.

Via NHS Wales App

You can order by downloading the NHS Wales App or visit on an internet browser
Repeat Prescription Reorder form
Place your prescription tear off slip in the black post-box, located on the wall to the right side of the reception counter. 
By Post
Send your request by post including a stamped addressed envelope.

Via AskmyGP

You can fill in a repeat medication form that will be sent to reception for actioning.

We have not got a prescription line and therefore we are unable to accept repeat prescription requests over the phone.

Diazepam (Benzodiazapines) for Fear of Flying and other Phobic disorders

We have decided we will no longer prescribe Diazepam for patients who wish to use this for a fear of flying before travel because:

  1. Diazepam is a sedative and it could impair your ability to concentrate. It may make you sleepy during the flight increasing the risk of any injury particularly in the emergency situations. This could seriously affect the safety of you and the people around you.
  2. Some people taking diazepam, can experience mood disturbances and make you behave in ways you normally wouldn’t. This could also impact on your safety and the safety of your fellow passengers or could lead you to get in trouble with the law.
  3. Diazepam is used to treat the conditions but it is not allowed to be prescribed for preventative reasons in non-medical settings.
  4. National prescribing guidelines followed by doctors also don’t allow the use of benzodiazepines in cases or phobia. Any doctor prescribing diazepam for a fear of flying would be taking a significant legal risk as this goes against these guidelines. Benzodiazepines are only licensed for short-term use in a crisis in generalised anxiety. If this is the problem you suffer with, you should seek proper care and support for your mental health, and it would not be advisable to go on a flight.
  5. In several countries, diazepam and similar drugs are illegal. They would be confiscated, and you might find yourself in trouble with the police for being in control of an illegal substance.
  6. Diazepam has a long half-life. This means it stays in your system for a significant time and you may fail random drug testing if you are subjected to such testing as is required in some jobs.

We appreciate a fear of flying is very real and very frightening and can be debilitating. However, there are much better and effective ways of tackling the problem. We recommend you tackle your problem with a Fear of Flying Course.

Fear of Flying Courses:

Easy Jet Tel: 0203 8131644

British Airways Tel: 01252 793 250

Virgin Atlantic Tel: 0344 874 7747