It was another sleepless night filled with nasal congestion, cough and runny nose. My trusty nose spray in my nightstand and Advil Cold and Sinus were not providing the slightest bit of relief. So by morning, I decided a doctor appointment was a must. Then I remembered hearing Dr. Phil talk about his new Doctor on Demand (DOD) app. For $40, I thought I would give it a try. I downloaded the app, put in my info and symptoms and within 4 minutes, I was connected to a doctor. He listened to my list of ailments then went over our plan of action. He made sure I was satisfied with what he was prescribing and the session ended. Less than ten minutes later, I received a text saying my rx had been called into my pharmacy! My two cents...give DOD a try!! #doctorondemand
Here is a little more info...
A 15-minute call costs $40 and you don’t pay until you actually talk to a doctor - no subscription fee! Common reasons to call a doctor with Doctor On Demand include:
A non-emergency medical issue such as: cold, flu, cough, fever, sore throat, rash, bites, allergies, eye complaints, stomach ache, sports injuries, heartburn or general medical advice
A pediatric question or consultation for your child
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