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Irregular or Missed PeriodsPeriods
There are many different reasons why periods can stop or be irregular. Usually, the most common reasons are stress, depression, pregnancy, menopause, sudden weight loss, being overweight, taking pills, doing too much exercise, puberty, and medical conditions. A longer monthly cycle isn’t necessarily a problem but it is time to see a doctor when your period starts changing and fluctuating. You should also start a virtual visit when you bleed between periods, you bleed for more than a week, your periods are exceedingly painful, your period becomes too heavy, or you have not gotten your period in three months. An online gynecology consultation can help you figure out what is causing your irregular or missed periods and determine a treatment plan.
Birth ControlBirth Control
Contraception can easily be managed with a virtual gynecology visit. Some forms of reversible contraception are not possible to implement through a virtual visit, such as implantable contraceptive implants and intrauterine devices (IUDs). Virtual clinicians can prescribe birth control pills, oral contraceptive pills, a vaginal ring, and more. Read more.
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)PMS
Symptoms and signs of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) include depression, mood swings, irritability, fatigue, tender breasts, and food cravings. Approximately 3 out of every 4 menstruating women experience some form of PMS. An online clinician can prescribe antidepressants, oral contraceptives, or diuretics depending on your symptoms to reduce menstrual cramps, mood swings, and bloating.
Yeast InfectionsYeast Infections
Vaginal yeast infections, also called vaginal candidiasis, is caused by an overgrowth of Candida fungus. Yeast infections affect up to 3 out of 4 women at some point in their life and are annoying and uncomfortable. Symptoms are swelling, itching, irritation, redness, and white/thick vaginal discharge. An online gynecology consultation could help you choose an over-the-counter product, for example, butoconazole, clotrimazole, miconazole, or tioconazole or a provider can prescribe ointments, vaginal creams, or oral medication.
If you are experiencing STI symptoms, such as pain while urinating, unusual discharge, or bumps and sores, then a good option might be a virtual visit with an online clinician. If you were exposed to an STI but are not showing any symptoms, depending on when you were last intimate, a provider can prescribe antibiotics via virtual visit.
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Online Gynecology Service
What is gynecology and who is a gynecologist?
Gynecology is the branch of medicine that deals with the health of the female reproductive system. This includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, and vulva. Gynecologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating disorders of the female reproductive system.
They often work closely with Obstetricians, who focus on pregnancy and childbirth. Gynecologists may also provide care for women who are not pregnant, such as those experiencing menopause or other issues related to sexual health.
In recent years, gynecology has also begun to focus on preventative care, such as screenings for cancer and sexually transmitted infections. By helping women to maintain their reproductive health, gynecologists play an essential role in ensuring the overall well-being of their patients.
How do online gynecology visits differ from in-person visits?
Online gynecology visits differ from in-person visits in a number of ways. Perhaps the most obvious difference is that online visits are conducted over the internet. This means that patients can consult with their doctor from the comfort of their own home, without having to travel to a clinic or hospital.
Another key difference is that online visits tend to be shorter than in-person visits, as they generally focus on a specific issue or concern.
What conditions can be treated by virtual gynecology?
There are a number of conditions that can be treated using virtual gynecology, including:
- Infertility: Virtual gynecology can provide information and support to couples who are having difficulty conceiving. They can also offer guidance on fertility treatments.
- Hormonal imbalances: Virtual gynecology can work with patients to identify and treat hormonal imbalances. This may involve lifestyle changes, medication, or other therapies.
- PMS and menopause: An online gynecologist can help women manage the symptoms of PMS and menopause. They can also provide information on treatments, such as hormone replacement therapy.
- Sexual dysfunction: Virtual gynecology can help women who are experiencing sexual dysfunction. This may include difficulties with arousal, orgasm, or pain during sex.
- STDs: Virtual doctors can provide information and support to patients who have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection. They can also offer guidance on treatment and prevention. Also, they can prescribe medication for certain STDs.
- Birth Control: Virtual clinicians can provide information on a variety of birth control options. They can also help patients select the option that is right for them and prescribe medication if necessary.
What are the benefits of using an online gynecology service?
An online gynecology service can be a convenient and affordable way to get the care you need. By providing access to care through a secure online platform, online gynecology services can offer a number of benefits.
Here are some examples:
- You can schedule appointments at times that are convenient for you.
- You can receive care from the comfort of your own home.
- Online gynecology services offer a safe and private space for women to discuss sensitive topics.
- Most of the time they are a more affordable option.
- You can get prescriptions for birth control and other medications online. You can receive care from a provider you trust, even if you don’t live near them.
Overall virtual gynecology offers women a convenient and confidential way to receive care from a qualified medical professional. It is an ideal option for those who may not have access to traditional gynecological services.
How can DrHouse help you?
Whenever you have any type of gynecological problem or concern, our online medical professionals at DrHouse can offer you the guidance and support you need. We provide a convenient and affordable way to get the care you need, without having to travel to a clinic or hospital.
With the DrHouse telemedicine platform, you can start a visit with an online doctor in minutes. We offer an on-demand telehealth service that is available 24/7. This means that you can consult with a doctor at a time that is convenient for you.
Our online doctors can provide information on a variety of topics, including fertility, sexual dysfunction, STDs, birth control, and menopause. They can also diagnose your problems, create treatment plans, and prescribe medication online if necessary.
Frequently asked questions
What does an online gynecology appointment look like?
Online gynecology visits take 5-30 minutes, depending on patients’ concerns. The online clinician will ask for a description of your symptoms and the reason for the visit. This will allow the clinician to determine the best treatment plan. If necessary, they may recommend a follow-up appointment or a visit to a physical clinic.
How much does an online gynecology visit cost?
With DrHouse membership plans, visits are as low as $39. DrHouse’s monthly membership plan is $9.99/month, and the annual plan is $99/year. DrHouse membership plans include free meds and delivery. No insurance is needed! One-time urgent care visits without a membership are $59. Urgent care visits don’t have a delivery option, and Rx will be sent to your preferred pharmacy in 15 minutes. You can cancel your membership anytime – without any questions.
Can online clinicians write prescriptions?
Yes. DrHouse has built a telemedicine platform to enable our providers to practice medicine and take care of patients remotely. Every medical professional you interact with is licensed in the U.S. to prescribe and treat patients in your state.
How fast can you get an online gynecology appointment?
DrHouse clinicians are available 24/7, and you do not need to schedule a virtual appointment to have a visit. You can start the on-demand visit anytime and see a clinician in under 15 minutes. DrHouse works on the principle of urgent care.
Do I need insurance to use your virtual gynecology service?
No, services offered through DrHouse are not directly covered by insurance. However, telehealth visits are eligible for reimbursement with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA), and health reimbursement arrangement (HRA).
You can submit a claim to be reimbursed by your FSA, HSA, or HRA provider whenever you make a payment for virtual doctor visits.
If you have an FSA or HSA debit card, it can be used to pay for one-time DrHouse visits. You can’t use your FSA or HSA debit card for any recurring payments, which includes DrHouse Plus membership plan.
You can use your insurance to pay for the medications when you go to pick them up from your preferred pharmacy.
How long are virtual gynecology consultations?
The length of time for each consultation will depend on the reason for the visit. However, most visits will last between 5-30 minutes.
With DrHouse you can see an online clinician within 15 minutes during the daytime (7 am – 9 pm) and up to 30 minutes at nighttime (9 pm – 7 am). Our average wait time during the daytime is 2 minutes and at night time 15 minutes.
What if my area of concern is in a location that I do not want to share on video?
If you feel uncomfortable or cannot show the clinician the problem area during a telehealth visit, then you can describe your current situation in detail.