I have been a hospital-based pediatrician for many years, taking care of all ages, from premature infants to young adults, in all types of circumstances. I particularly enjoy working with adolescents and young adults, helping to manage the full gamut of issues facing young people including anxiety and depression, gender fluidity and LGBTQ concerns, eating disorders, family relationships, autism/Aspergers, chronic illnesses (cancer, POTS, EDS), transitions from middle school to high school to college, substance use, and general health and wellness. I’m a mom to two young men ages 18 and 20 and a red mini poodle. All of our experiences have helped to expand the scope of my practice. I have loads of interests including gardening, writing, yoga, music, and theatre. I seek to keep an open mind and help whenever I can.
The coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy, including a soaring unemployment rate. Whether you have been furloughed or terminated from your work, it is very likely you may have lost your healthcare benefits.
Meet Holly. A busy solopreneur, she’s happy to be bouncing back from a nasty respiratory infection. As her antibiotic course is coming to an end, she notices disturbing changes to her body. She does a quick search online and learns that she probably has a vaginal yeast infection. The antibiotics did it.
For people with chronic medical conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, low thyroid, and high cholesterol, not being able to get a prescription is nerve-wracking and could affect your health.
Depression and anxiety are two very common conditions managed by primary care physicians (PCP’s).
Barriers to care include time constraints, cost of a doctor’s visit, and the embarrassment of discussing these very personal concerns with a doctor.
However, these issues can be significantly alleviated by getting professional medical treatment and prescriptions online.
Believe it or not, you can get Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa, Lexapro, Effexor, and Wellbutrin prescriptions online via board-certified physicians, licensed in your state.