Sexual health

Vaginal discomfort, irritation, STBBIs: the list is long when it comes to issues related to sexual health. However, there is no need to panic when faced with this type of situation, Accès pharma chez Walmart-affiliated pharmacists are discreet and there to help you find the best solution.

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Sexually transmitted or bloodborne infections (STBBIs) 

A good way to prevent transmission is to use some type of protection, like a condom. When in doubt about your health, make an appointment with your doctor or a nurse in order to get tested. For advice, talk to your pharmacist who can guide you and give you good advice.

Vaginal discomfort 

There are a variety of things that cause vaginal discomfort. The most common symptoms are itching and irritations, followed by abnormal secretions or burning sensations when they are left untreated. 

Accès pharma chez Walmart-affiliated pharmacists have the resources to prevent, control and cure these symptoms, with a prescription from you doctor.

Frequently asked questions

You got more questions?

  • Increased heart rate, tense muscles, difficulty breathing, feelings of guilt, difficulty sleeping—these are just a few of the most common symptoms. Talk to your pharmacist; they can point you to the best resource to help you regain control over your anxiety.

  • Unless otherwise noted, our branches are open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

  • According to the Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec:

    "The pharmacist has a duty of confidentiality regarding all information recorded in your pharmaceutical record. Thus, they cannot discuss this information with a third party without your prior authorization or unless the law allows it.

    However, if you present at the pharmacy with a prescription from a prescriber, the pharmacist may, concerning that prescription, discuss with the prescriber if necessary to ensure the appropriate use of your medication therapy. Nevertheless, it is suggested that your pharmacist obtain your consent to do so."

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