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Book appointment or directly speak to a doctor on-demand

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Connect to a doctor via, chat, video or phone call

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Pick up your prescription at your pharmacy of choice

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does it cost to get a prescription for antibiotics?

The consultation is only $75, which includes a any prescription for antibiotics when medically necessary, with no hidden fees. If you have insurance, you can submit the encounter summary to your insurer and most of the time get reimbursed. If you don’t have insurance let the doctor know and we can provide you with coupons that will save you money at the pharmacy.

Do I need testing in order to get treated for an STD through QuickMD?

Testing is not required in order to be prescribed antibiotics for an STD. This is particularly true if a patient was either exposed to an STD or if typical symptoms are present after an unprotected or high-risk sexual encounter. 
In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state regarding treating without test results being available: “The clinician should empirically treat for the diagnosis considered most likely on the basis of clinical presentation and epidemiologic circumstances”

What does the process look like to get a prescription for antibiotics through QuickMD?

The process is quick, simple and 100% private and confidential. It only takes a few minutes for your pharmacy to get the prescription: Start by creating an account, then choose if you want to be called by the doctor or if prefer a video or chat consultation. You can also choose a time in the future that best fits your schedule (if you choose to be called, no need to log back in online at the time of the appointment). The doctor will ask you a few questions and then send your prescription electronically to your pharmacy of choice. If we cannot help you, your visit is free.

How long does it take until I can pick up the prescription from my pharmacy?

The pharmacy will receive the e-prescription almost instantly at the time of the consultation, and depending on the pharmacy you will be able to pick up your prescription shortly after. On average it may take most pharmacies about 30-45 minutes to get your prescription ready for pickup.

Will this be confidential and private?

We understand that STDs might be sensitive issue and everything you discuss with the doctor during the consultation will be 100% confidential. You may even choose to connect to our doctor via chat if you prefer. Our platform is encrypted and fully HIPAA-compliant and we never sell your information to third parties for profit. If you agree to communication by email for additional information, please note that emails are not always secure.

What are the most common causes for STDs?

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are very common and–as the name suggests–they are a group of infections that spread by vaginal, oral or anal intercourse. The most common bacteria are chlamydia and gonorrhea.

Should STDs like chlamydia and gonorrhea always be treated?

The clear answer is yes. While not everyone may initially experience symptoms from an infection, if it is left untreated it can spread to other people and lead to serious complications like:

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Abscesses
  • Severe infections that may require hospitalization
  • Infertility
  • Ectopic pregnancy

That’s why it is important to get treated and also let your partners know so they can get treated as well.

What are some of the symptoms of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea infections?

Many people might initially not have any symptoms from an infection, which is part of the reason why Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are so common and which is why it is important to get tested regularly when sexually active. Typical symptoms in women are:

  • Vaginal discharge
  • Itching and pain in the pelvic region
  • Painful intercourse
  • Bleeding after intercourse or in-between periods
  • Abdominal pain

The most common symptoms in men are:

  • Discharge from the penis
  • Burning during urination
  • Pain in the testicle

Why Choose QuickMD?

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Get Treated 7 Days a Week, 14h per Day

Medications sent directly to your pharmacy of choice. From the convenience of your home, every day from 8 am until 10 pm.

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100% Confidential Process

We use fully encrypted HIPAA-compliant technology, keeping your information safe and confidential. We never share your health information with third parties for profit.

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Instant On-Demand Visits or Same-Day Appointments

Choose when to talk to a doctor to best fit your life and schedule and choose between phone, video or chat consultations.

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Top-Trained Doctors From Ivy-League Universities

We only hire the most qualified US-trained physicians who are from Ivy-League universities.

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