EpiPens for Schools


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Click pharmacy specialises in supplying schools in the UK with EpiPen or Jext allergy (Adrelenine Auto-jector) pens for teachers or other staff member to keep on their school premises.

The process for schools to order adrelaline pens is very straight forward. Simply select the pen and quantity required and click ‘add to cart’ to proceed towards the order form. As part of the ordering process you will need to supply us with a signed letter from the headteacher or principal (or equivalent person) in your school or institution. We usualy look to ensure that pens are delivered securely to your school within one working day.

(Patients looking to place an order for personal use, please visit our EpiPen page).

Junior Epipen


0.15 mg

In stock

From £79.99

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0.3 mg

In stock

From £79.99

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How we are regulated

Estimated Delivery

Expected delivery date:

Thursday, 29 February 2024

If you order within:

12h 36m 20s

*Your cart must meet the minimum requiretments for next day delivery



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  • Overview
  • FAQ
  • Side Effects
  • Information leaflet
  • Reviews
Can children use an EpiPen?

A person weighing more than 25 kg may use an EpiPen. EpiPen Jr 0.15 mg is for children weighing between 7.5 kg to 25 kg.

What is the difference between EpiPen and an EpiPen Jr?

Epipen is for children weighing above 25 kg, while Epipen Jr is for younger children weighing less than 25 kg.

When should I inject an EpiPen?

To prevent the life-threatening condition, always inject an EpiPen as soon as the first sign of any known or suspected allergic reactions appears.

Who should inject an EpiPen?

A person experiencing an allergic reaction can inject an Epipen himself, or someone caring for him may also inject it.

How long should I hold the EpiPen in place?

Try to hold EpiPen in place for 3 seconds to receive the entire dose.

How should I inject my Epipen?

Place the orange tip perpendicular to the outer thigh and push the auto-injector until it sounds like a click. The click means EpiPen is activated.

What if I use an EpiPen when I don't need it?

If you use an EpiPen in case you don't need it, the symptoms are not too severe; a short-term numbness occurs at the place of the injection. However, it may disrupt blood flow and cause tissue death in the worst cases.

Can I use an EpiPen If I am pregnant?

Use EpiPen in pregnancy if utterly necessary in severe allergic reactions and with a doctor's consultation.

Can I inject an EpiPen through my clothes?

Yes, you may inject it through your clothes.

What should I do if I accidentally open the safety cap?

Discard the Epipen as opening the blue safety cap means it is activated.

If the EpiPen is not yet active despite removing the safety cap, place the needle gently back into its carrier tube and fasten it securely with the blue safety cap.

Where do I store an Epipen?

Store it at room temperature in a safe place. Do not expose it to extreme heat or cold.

What should I do if the liquid in my EpiPen begins to discolour?

The liquid in an EpiPen must be clear and colourless. Immediately replace your EpiPen if there are any signs of:

  1. Discoloured liquid
  2. Leakage or damage
  3. Solid precipitate
Can I use an EpiPen if I have a sulphite allergy?

In a severe allergic reaction, you can use an EpiPen despite having a sulphite allergy.

How do I dispose of an EpiPen?

Always seek medical assistance after injecting an EpiPen and give the used EpiPen to the medical assistant. It is vital to dispose of expired EpiPens in an appropriate bin.

What should I do if there is an air bubble in my EpiPen?

The air bubble is nitrogen gas, and it does not interfere with the use of the EpiPen. It is quite normal for bubbles to appear.

Can I travel with my EpiPen?

Always carry your EpiPen with you while travelling for any emergency.

Airlines often require a letter of notice beforehand if you are taking your EpiPen along you.

You may experience one or more of these side effects within five to ten minutes of taking this drug: Heart palpitations, heavy chest, anxiety, tremors, headache, cold skin, decreased touch sensation, blurred vision, sweating, tiredness, dizziness, pounding in the ears, vomiting, or nausea.

If you are worried about the possible side effects, consult your doctor or feel free to contact one of our healthcare professionals at Click Pharmacy.

Always read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. The patient information can be found here.

How to order

Order your medication in a few clicks. Our process is easy, fast and secure.

Step 1

Quick Health Check

Fill out a questionnaire so our prescriber can assess if the treatment is suitable for you.

Step 2

Select a Treatment

Choose the medication you require from the range offered by our online pharmacy.

Step 3

Next Delivery

Add delivery details and complete payment process.

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