Talk to Doctors Online with Doctor on Demand

by Heather

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This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Doctor on Demand. All opinions are my own.

I’m not a huge fan of a certain radio DJ here where I live. Don’t get me wrong I like the music selection, but every time I hear her voice I want to punch her. Why? Because she is a hypochondriac. I really hate having to hear about every one of her imaginary ailments. Her co-hosts tell her that it’s nothing but until she goes to her doctor and he patiently tells her it’s nothing she is not satisfied. I’m not that much of a hypochondriac, and I don’t have that much patience, but even then I still have a question every once in a while. The problem is that inevitably these questions pop up at 8:30 at night and I don’t want to travel to the emergency room just to ask a question. And let’s face it; just going out to a website to throw in some symptoms is not super reliable. That’s what miss DJ does. Do you have any idea how many diseases you can diagnosis yourself with just by looking up a simple stomach ache?

Dr on Demand

Fortunately there is a new option, Doctor on Demand. Now I can call up a doctor and do a live video chat from the privacy and convenience of my home. No more dragging my daughter off to the doctor’s office to get sneezed on by someone with a cold. No more worrying that this weird bruise on my neck is something bad (oh wait, the hubby was responsible for that). Hehe ;)

Just download the mobile app or go to their website on your computer, sign in and get connected via video to a REAL. LIVE. DOCTOR. They can help diagnose you and even write prescriptions. All for less than the cost of going to see a doctor in person (not to mention the hassle)!


Have you heard of Doctor on Demand? It is a healthcare service that provides Video Visits with board certified physicians, psychologists, and lactation consultants via smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers.

All you have to do is download the Doctor on Demand app to your smartphone or tablet or visit on your desktop computer, then you provide a list of symptoms, and you are instantly connected with a provider that is licensed for a video call in your state.

Doctor on Demand recently launched a promotion offer where your first video visit is FREE. It is free to register (the app is free to download). After registering simply enter your coupon code and store it in your account or keep it for use at a later date.

Experience Doctor on Demand!

Enjoy a complimentary first visit by entering promotional code pink15.

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Connect with Doctor on Demand: Website  |  iOS App  |  Android App

This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and Doctor on Demand. All opinions are my own.

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lisa February 11, 2015 - 10:43 am
I've heard of this. For some people it's good. I wouldn't be comfortable putting all my info out there. I had to laugh, reading about Ms. D.J. I think we all know someone like that! Too funny!
Sandra Watts February 11, 2015 - 6:11 pm
This would be nice if you live way out or hard to get to the doctor's office or maybe even just for minor stuff but otherwise I think I would rather go to the office to see him in person.
lindamanns February 11, 2015 - 6:34 pm
This is such a great idea and a big help. I have heard about this from Dr. Phil. Thank you for sharing your view on this
Karen Jaras February 11, 2015 - 8:48 pm
I downloaded the app but have never tried it myself. Too expensive for a dr visit here in Iowa.
Heather Pfingsten February 12, 2015 - 12:34 am
Don't forget to grab our "discount code" for your FREE visit in February!!
micheleash1961 February 12, 2015 - 3:06 pm
Thanks for the Terrific Review on Talk to Doctors Online with Doctor on Demand! This is the first I am hearing about this service. I guess this would be a good alternative to running to the E.R. for every single ache and pain that comes along. The only downfall I can see is that it may cause more people to be a hypochondriac! They'll call this service for every single thing that crops up! Thanks for sharing this information with all of us! I really do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele :)
denise low February 12, 2015 - 8:11 pm
I have heard about dr on demand. I will have to check this out. I like that you can talk to them on the computer
barbara langley February 12, 2015 - 9:57 pm
I read a review on this earlier today as well, sound like a smart way to go
ranadurham February 14, 2015 - 12:18 am
Barrie February 14, 2015 - 3:11 pm
I recently heard of Doctors on Demand and wonder why it took so long for someone to think of this! LOL. Saves on a trip to a doctor's office for minor issues!
Natalie Brown February 15, 2015 - 3:47 pm
Haha! You're so funny. I always enjoy how honest and real you are. Yes, I have heard of this. It sounds like a pretty cool service. I know there's been and will be times I'd like to check it out. :)
Heather Pfingsten February 16, 2015 - 11:36 pm
Thank you for your comment and the compliment! ;)
nenasinclair February 15, 2015 - 10:12 pm
This could definitely be a useful service!
desitheblonded February 16, 2015 - 11:58 am
we have thqt in mo and my doc dumb nurse does not know how to do thing we can email him and tkal the doc at the clinic
ranadurham February 17, 2015 - 1:23 am
I love this simple and fast
Emily Endrizzi February 19, 2015 - 4:10 am
It's a good idea, but I'm just not sure how a doctor will be able to diagnose and/or prescribe without a physical assessment.
Heather Pfingsten February 19, 2015 - 10:36 am
I don't think this is the answer to everything BUT I think it could be helpful for more common ailments.

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