I found an interesting ad against self-medication on adsoftheworld.com:
It was created by R&P Advertising and media Communication in New Mumbai for Patil Hospital, which provides excellent health care at an affordable cost in Mumbai, India. The subject is interesting due to the fact that self-medication issue is not only present in India, but also in European and North-American countries. Ask questions or this kind of visual are quite common in nonprofit campaigns for pills or access to treatments, like the one from MSF-USA: a two section mail-in postcard (could tear into two pieces) that could be mailed to show support for the MSF Access to Essential Medicines Campaign in the USA :
However there are good ideas in this print, which can be discussed concerning the visual choice or the fact that people can reply “yes” to the question. Actually many people think that their doctor is not good enough or that it’s a minor disease that they can treat by themselves. So it was maybe not the best option to convince them to go to a doctor to be properly treated.