Three Things a Telemedicine Doctor Can Diagnose

Now more than ever, people are relying on telemedicine to get the treatment and diagnosis they need to stay healthy, while staying safe at home. Nearly any service you can get at urgent care (except physical treatment), you can also receive through telemedicine. Did you know a telemedicine doctor might be able to help you feel better—over the phone—even if you are struggling with symptoms of Low T or menopause?

Three Things a Telemedicine Doctor Can Diagnose

Here are three things a telemedicine doctor can diagnose:

  • Hormone imbalance (men)
    Young men experiencing erectile dysfunction, reduced hair growth, low sperm count and reduced sex drive can talk to a telemedicine doctor about their symptoms and receive the care they need, including hormone replacement therapy and monitoring.
  • Hormone imbalance (women)
    Young women experiencing irregular periods, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, indigestion, or acne can talk to a telemedicine doctor about their symptoms and receive the care they need, including hormone replacement therapy and monitoring.
  • Menopause
    Women between the ages of 40-55 who are experiencing irregular periods, vaginal dryness, hot flashes, chills, night sweats, insomnia, mood changes, weight gain and slower metabolism can be diagnosed and treated safely at home by a telemedicine doctor.
  • Low testosterone (Low T)
    Men age 60 and older experiencing unexplained fatigue, loss of muscle mass, increased body fat, decreased bone mass, mood changes, memory loss and erectile dysfunction can talk to a telemedicine doctor while they stay home and get the diagnosis and care they need.

About 1 in 5 physicians use telemedicine to care for patients, and that number is only expected to rise amid the current novel coronavirus pandemic. If you are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms associated with Low T or menopause, the SynergenX Health telemedicine doctors can help, while you stay home and stay safe. Call 877-915-2554 to find out how to get started.