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If you're not feeling well, and are looking for relief from Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, including high fever, body aches, or difficulty breathing, schedule a visit now with an online doctor.
The CDC declared a new COVID subvariant as "Eris". So while COVID is no longer considered a global health emergency, new strains of coronavirus are still evolving and you may benefit from seeking online medical attention.
Commonly prescribed medications for COVID-19 include:
- Over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen
- Prescription antiviral drugs, such as Paxlovid
- Steroids, such as dexamethasone
- Blood thinners
During a visit for COVID-19, patients can expect the clinician to:
Getting ready for your COVID telehealth visit with Doctor On Demand:
- Find a comfortable and quiet space where you can speak freely about your symptoms.
- Pull all of your insurance information together (if you don’t have insurance, you can skip this step).
- Find a photo ID, like your driver’s license or passport.
- Set aside five to 10 minutes, so you can answer questions about your symptoms and health history.
"Wow, Dr. Karimi performed above and beyond! He actually called my pharmacy to address a COVID prescription issue my wife was having. Dr. Karimi was direct, informative, and personable. It was the first time my wife and I used Doctor On Demand, and we'll definitely use it again."
"I tested positive for Covid & was feeling horrible. Last thing I wanted to do was get in a car & go to urgent care. My niece told me about Doctor On Demand. What a blessing in time of need. I was very impressed with the care I received as the Dr. listened & was very informative. Prescriptions were easily filled at my pharmacy. Thank you!"
"I'm stuck at home, positive for COVID, which turned into a sinus infection. Doctor On Demand saved me a trip to urgent care and infecting others with COVID. Thank you!"
"Despite 5 COVID vaccinations, I got COVID and felt terrible. I did a home testing kit and it confirmed I had COVID. It was a Saturday night, and I knew I needed Paxlovid because I have multiple sclerosis. I couldn't find any urgent care open and didn't want to go to an ER and infect everybody and wait hours and hours. My local ER nurse advisor told me about Doctor On Demand, and I downloaded the iPhone app and filled out all the history and medication information. Within half an hour I was talking to Dr. Kerry Eley on my iPhone face time, and she agreed that I needed Paxlovid. She was able to immediately send a prescription to a 24-hour pharmacy near my house. I started the medication immediately and felt much better the next day. If not for Doctor On Demand, I would have had to delay treatment at least 12 hours and go in person to urgent care because no one in my city is doing telephone consultations."