Welcome to GetCareMD!

Accessible, on-the-go medical care anytime, anywhere you need.

Schedule quick, easy, and affordable consultations with experienced medical professionals anytime, at your convenience. Consultation rates from $39.

Step One

Choose a Condition

Choose your present health concern or issue from a set of of conditions.

Step Two

Interview

Respond to a few brief questions about what you’re experiencing and your symptoms.

Step Three

Review by Medical Professional

A healthcare provider will review your history and go over the information within an hour.

Step Four

Prescription

Pick up the prescription from a pharmacy of your choosing.

Premier Online Healthcare Services for You

There are several deterrents to seeking medical care and following through on doctor’s appointments, including the long wait, transport cost, moving schedules around to make time, and more.

But you shouldn’t let these factors prevent you from seeking quality care when it’s available to you—especially with access to our service. Our team of highly-qualified, experienced, well-trained, and certified medical professionals and doctors offer online healthcare services and consultations to clients such as yourself. All you need to do is set up a virtual appointment at a time of your choosing, and we’ll make it happen. No more waiting times, no lengthy commutes, no scheduling conflicts—just convenient, quality healthcare.

You can rely on our affordable, prompt, and accessible online healthcare services for any help or assistance that you need. Following a cohesive consultation, our doctors and medical professionals diagnose and treat your condition and help you manage it more effectively. You can also schedule a virtual doctor’s appointment for prescription refills that are valid at a pharmacy of your choosing.

Take the first step toward a healthy life by getting a doctor’s advice online today!

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What We Treat

All conditions rates start at $39. No insurance is required.

Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) – Men

A urinary tract infection (UTI) is a fairly common condition which occurs due to bacteria found in the urethra, making its way to the bladder. It’s often termed as a bladder infection or known as cystitis and tends to affect women more than men, but that doesn’t mean it’s not possible.

However, we are unable to treat patients who have more serious, severe symptoms, such as fever, excruciating pain, vomiting, and other indications of a rapidly progressing infection. Patients with preexisting kidney problems or bladder conditions will require more specialized care and treatment or opt for urgent care clinics and hospitals.

Vaginal Yeast Infection

Need an online consultation for vaginal yeast infection? Trust GetCareMD to provide it.

Learn more about the condition and how we can help treat it:

A vaginal yeast infection is a very common fungal infection that can affect as many as 3 out of 4 women. The yeast (fungus) responsible for this is called Candida Albicans.
The infection occurs when hormonal changes, medication, or immune system issues allow the Candida Albicans to grow excessively.

Vaginal yeast infection is also known as

  • Thrush
  • Candidal vaginitis
  • Vaginal candidiasis
  • Vulvovaginal candidiasis

During a test for vaginal yeast infection, a small sample of your vaginal discharge is examined for the presence of fungal culture.

While it’s not a prerequisite for scheduling a vaginal yeast infection consultation online, we urge you to get tested beforehand.

This will allow us to design the most effective treatment plan for you.

Symptoms of Vaginal Yeast Infection

The symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection vary in severity and include:

  • Irritation and itching in the vagina and the vulva (the outer part of female genitalia)
  • Burning, redness, and swelling of the vulva
  • Pain or discomfort during urination and intercourse
  • Vaginal pain, rashes, and soreness
  • Watery, abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Thick, odorless discharge that’s white in color and resembles cottage cheese

In your online consultation for vaginal yeast infection, your infection may be categorized as complicated if:

  • You find sores, tears, and cracks in the vaginal walls
  • Your other symptoms are extremely intense and painful
  • You have recurring yeast infections (four or more in a year)

Strep Throat

Strep throat (pharyngitis) is a bacterial infection. It leads to patients developing a sore, painful throat, and the formation of small nodules in your throat, in addition to a cough. Can’t tell if you have strep throat? You can check the back of your throat in a mirror. Redness and/or white spots, indicate that you have strep throat and should reach out to us.

Acute Gout

Are you looking for an online consultation for Gout? GetCareMD is here to help!
Learn all about the condition and how GetCareMD can help.

What is Gout?

Gout is a type of inflammatory arthritis that can be excruciatingly painful. Excessively high uric acid levels begin to build up in your foot joints (particularly affecting your big toe). Gout attacks or flares are characterized by swelling, pain, tenderness, and inflammation in one or more joints of your foot.

Symptoms of Gout

Gout flares can begin suddenly and last a few days or even a few weeks. These symptoms can go into remission for a few days or even months. You might not see or feel any of the symptoms between these gout flares.
If you are suffering from acute Gout, you might experience symptoms like;

  • Severe joint pain
  • Limited joint mobility
  • Lasting discomfort in the big toe or other affected joints in the body
  • Intense inflammation and redness near the affected joints
  • The affected joint feels excessively warm. Gout-affected joints can feel as if they are on fire.

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, schedule an online consultation for Gout with our doctors at GetCareMD.

Am I at Risk for Gout?

Men are at a higher risk of developing Gout. However, most menopausal women can develop Gout as there’s an increase in uric acid levels in their bodies post-menopause.
You might be at risk of developing Gout if;

  • You are overweight, and your body produces excessive levels of uric acid.
  • You consume a diet that is rich in red meat and beverages that are laden with fruit, sugar, or fructose. Alcohol consumption can also increase your chances of developing Gout.
  • In some people, surgery or even vaccination can trigger the onset of gout flares.
  • Having a family history of developing Gout can also put you at risk for this condition.
  • Medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart and kidney diseases, and metabolic syndromes can contribute to the development of Gout.
  • Certain medications such as aspirin, ACE inhibitors, beta-blockers, and hypertension controlling diuretics can increase uric acid levels and lead to gout flares.

If you suffer from any of these risk factors, schedule an online consultation for Gout with GetCareMD.

Complications

Gout is a highly treatable condition; however, it can lead to other medical complications if left untreated.

  • Joint damage: Regular inflammation and swelling of the affected joints can lead to stiffness and damage in joints or cartilage.
  • Tophi: When urate crystals begin to accumulate and harden under the skin. If left untreated, tophi can lead to intense pain and joint or cartilage deformity.
  • Kidney stones: An excessive amount of urate crystals can build up in the kidney and lead to kidney stones.
  • Kidney disease or Kidney failure: If Gout is left untreated and stones are allowed to build up in the kidney, it can lead to scarring and even kidney failure.
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