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Will Women Doctors Near Me offer same or next day appointments?

Our extensive network of practitioners offers flexibility and an abundance of availability for all patients looking to make an in-person visit for the same or following day.

How can I be sure the physician I am booking has previous patient satisfaction?

Our featured providers have verified Google reviews. You can be confident verifying the credibility of each physician you are interested in. You can even choose to book only physicians with a 5-star rating. Confirmation of previous patient satisfaction is essential when booking online.

Are there Women Doctors Near Me offering virtual consultations?

Virtual consultation visits have become a major advantage to treatment. Many of our featured providers do offer virtual visits. This lowers patient to patient contact and exposure. But only minor injury and illness can be treated completely virtual. As well as prescription refill for certain medications and any medical advice that may be needed. If your provider believes you need to come in-office for proper treatment, you will be notified during your consultation.

How can I use your website to make all my appointments online?

Manage your healthcare online and completely through our website. Discover a practitioner who is local to you and make sure they can offer you are clinic hours that fit your schedule. Then choose the clinician that fits all your requirements and read verified Google reviews so you can go in-person feeling confident about your healthcare decisions. Once you have narrowed down the perfect provider, you can book and manage all aspects of your healthcare completely online.

Are there any Women Doctors Near Me with after-hours or weekend availability?

Our large network of physicians allows each person to narrow down a practitioner who has the availability best for them. Many practices have extended evening hours Monday-Friday for people who have a normal workday and for children in school. Weekend availability may be on a limited basis, but you can search for a practitioner with weekend availability and make your appointments right here.

Are there Women Doctors Near Me who can provide COVID diagnostic testing and vaccinations?

Many healthcare professionals can offer COVID diagnostic testing and vaccinations. Including both rounds of vaccinations and booster shots. Most practices will offer asymptomatic patients a PCR test while symptomatic patients are typically offered the rapid test. The rapid test can produce results within 20 minute of specimen collection. Testing can also be conducted for a safe return to work, school, or travel. Only limited locations have vaccination capabilities, but all medical practices can provide patients with resources on the safety and efficacy of the COVID vaccine.

If I test positive for Covid-19 will my doctor be able to treat me in-office?

Most people who test positive for Covid-19 suffer mild to moderate symptoms and can recover at home with self-care techniques including rest, hydration, and over the counter medication. Seek hospital intervention for your symptoms if they become serious. This includes shortness of breath, cyanosis, extremely high and dangerous fever, as well as unconsciousness. Call 911 if you cannot get to a hospital safely.

Can I speak with my female physician about amenorrhea?

Amenorrhea is a condition in which a woman does not get a menstrual period. If you are suffering from amenorrhea you can speak with any provider including female physicians about your concerns. There are two types of amenorrhea, primary which is when a teenage girl is late to start her period. The normal age for your menstrual cycle to start is between the ages of 14 and 16 years of age. Secondary is when you have already started your period, but you have now missed it for 3 consecutive months. Missing or loss of menstruation usually indicates a more serious health concern and related symptoms could include…

Symptoms include:

  • Headaches
  • Nipple discharge
  • Vision changes
  • Nausea
  • Changes in the size of your breasts
  • Facial hair growth
  • Hair loss

Causes include:

  • Family history of early menopause of amenorrhea
  • Chromosomal or genetic defect that affect your ovary function and/or menstrual cycle
  • Excessive stress
  • Poor diet and malnutrition
  • Extreme exercise
  • Eating disorder
  • Severe underweight or overweight

Pregnancy, breast feeding, and birth control can also affect a woman’s normal cycle. As well as…

  • Medication for blood pressure
  • Medication for depression
  • Chemotherapy
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Thyroid or pituitary gland issues
  • Hypothalamic disease
  • Scar tissue in the uterus

What are some risk factors for breast cancer?

Breast cancer can occur in both male and females even though it is substantially more likely in females. There are many signs and symptoms which may flag a patient to speak to their doctor about the likelihood of cancer. There are also several risk factors which may lead to various forms of carcinoma, these include:

  • Being female
  • Drinking and excess of alcohol
  • Postmenopausal hormone therapy
  • Family history of breast cancer
  • Inherited oncogenes that increase your risk
  • Exposure to radiation
  • Obesity
  • Period beginning at a young age usually before the ae of 12
  • Beginning menopause at an older age
  • Having your first child after age 30
  • History of breast conditions
  • Increased ag

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