free NHS Prescriptions whilst at uni?Watch
so unfair i've been getting my medicine for free since i was like 2
Anyway, some places do student discounts (eg Specsavers). I think it's over 50% off in some cases. [I wouldn't trust Specsavers - they messed up my prescription ]
its not unfair really, i think its fair enough, there are forms you can fill in to get a discount
im happy to pay for my prescriptions, as i know inreality they cost a lot more. PLUS be ******* grateful you're getting them so cheap
I work in a Rowlands haha
thats so shabba, i have really bad hayfever and get super strong prescription meds for it, and i get loads per month so it will be well expensive
You can apply for the HC1, but you may only be successful in gaining a certificate that will help with some of the costs.
its a bit unfair we are students with no fixed income, unfair anyone has to pay for drugs but there you go, £7.50 is nothing really compared to getting a eye test and new glasses or seeing the dentist, which cost a lot more
do you have to pay?? or is that just in england... because i've never paid for a prescription and i started uni last year....
I've never had a free prescription because until I was 19 I hadn't ever needed a prescription for anything. ******* asthma.