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What's the strangest question you've been asked by a patient?

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pharmacist holding head in disbelief

Source: JL/The Pharmaceutical Journal

During #AskYourPharmacist Week 2018 — which aims to raise awareness of the services pharmacy can offer — we asked our readers to tell us the most unusual questions their patients had posed to them. From the bizarre to the ridiculous, here are some of our favourites:

1. The farmacist

2. Needless to say

3. Indecent proposal

4. Unidentified floating object

5. Your local taxonomist

6. Beauty 101

7. Do it yourself

8. Medicine errors errands

9. Prophylactic measures

10. Like greased tubing

11. Faint heart never won fair vaccination

 

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