To get relief from moderate to severe painful sex due to menopause, the first step is talking to a healthcare provider.
Need help finding a healthcare provider? Telemedicine lets you use your phone or computer to connect with licensed healthcare providers, all from the comfort and privacy of your own home. Get ready for your discussion with our conversation starter.
You can connect with a healthcare provider through one of the services below
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Frequently asked questions about telemedicine
Q: What is telemedicine?
A: With telemedicine, patients can use everyday technology—such as cell phones, computers, and apps—to connect with licensed healthcare providers who can evaluate, diagnose, and treat these patients.
Q: How does a telemedicine appointment work?
A: Select the service you’d like to use, pick a healthcare provider, and schedule an appointment that’s convenient for you. When it’s time for your appointment, you’ll use your phone or computer to connect with the healthcare provider you’ve chosen.
Q: How much does a telemedicine appointment cost?
A: Each service sets its own prices, which you can confirm when you set up your appointment. Many insurance companies cover the cost of telemedicine appointments.