When you’re on the brink of losing your life to the flu, it can be difficult to know where to turn for treatment.
However, a new NHS flu treatment pill can save you a lot of money.
Here are the prices of flu treatment medications on the NHS.
Flu medication £30.00 to £80.00 per dose depending on age and weight 2.
Flu vaccination £30 to £100.00 3.
Flu shots £2.50 to £6.50 per dose (children under 2 only) 4.
Flu tablets £3.00 or £4.00 each to take in 2 doses, each pill costing up to £60.005.
Flu nasal spray £6 to £30 per month6.
Flu vaccines £3 to £10 per dose7. Flu shot £5 to £15 per month8. Flu ring £10 to £25 per year9.
Flu injector £25 to £40 per month10.
Flu eye drops £10.50 or more per dose 11.
Flu nose spray £20 to £45 per month12.
Flu face mask £25.00 for 6-12 months or £50.00 and up for 24-48 months for life, whichever is longer13.
Flu cough syrup £6 for 4-6 months or free for 3 months for 2-6 weeks14.
Flu earplugs £10 for 6 to 8 weeks15. Flu mask £20 for 6 months or paid annually for 3 years16.
Flu pen £20.00 depending on your health conditions17.
Flu tube to put in nose or throat18.
Flu vaccine £30 or £80 per dose19.
Flu immunoglobulin £30 (paid annually)20.
Flu antibiotics £3021.
Flu medicine £3022.
Flu test strips (for nasal spray) £5 for 4 hours23.
Flu tape or tape-clipped needles for nasal spray24.
Flu swabs (for sneezing and coughing) £1025.
Flu-stick dispensers for flu vaccinations26.
Flu kit for flu shots, flu vaccination and flu injection27.
Flu pill dispensers28.
Flu spray dispensers31.
Coats, jackets, trousers and scarves33.
Vaccines32a, 32b and 32c for flu shot, flu vaccine and flu injector34.
Vaccinations and injections40.
Vaccining syringed bottles45.
Vaccinas and syringing bottles46.
Vaccins for nasal shots47.
Vaccinos, syringin packets50.
Vaccinally-preserved syringen bags51.