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Published on Apr 18, 2023 | 1:20 PM

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Most people typically assume that when it comes to STD treatment, you’ll need to go to a doctor’s office and get tested. Not only can the entire process be unnerving, but going into a doctor's office can be uncomfortable, timely, and expensive. However, there is now a more accessible option for STD treatment with telemedicine. Call-On-Doc provides same-day relief for STD symptoms without the hassle of appointments, lab testing, and face-to-face visits.

Specializing in asynchronous consultations, an online text-style visit, our board-certified medical providers offer STD treatment online for a reduced cost that is 100% private and from the comfort of home on your phone or computer!

Simply select a condition and fill out the medical intake form. Then, we'll review and prescribe the appropriate treatment plan that is available for pick-up at any US pharmacy in 1-2 hours.

Not sure what STD you have? No problem, we can still help treat you. On our STD page, select "unsure" and answer a few questions about your symptoms. Our medical providers will know what treatment option is best based on the medical and sexual history as well as other information you can provide. 

Does your partner also need treatment? We can help keep both of you sexually healthy and provide 50% off partner treatment.

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Want to understand classic symptoms associated with each sexually transmitted disease? Here's a quick overview of the symptoms associated with each condition. If you need relief for any uncomfortable symptoms associated with an STD, get treated now online and get a prescription the same day.

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STD treatment without insurance too!

Not only does Call-On-Doc make online STD treatment easy, but we make sure it's affordable for everyone, as untreated STDs can lead to long-term health complications. Call-On-Doc is one of the highest-rated and lowest self-pay telemedicine providers, with most visits only $39.99. You can also take advantage of our Rx savings card to save up to 87% off prescriptions at the pharmacy, or use your insurance. Our team also provides itemized receipts for insurance reimbursement.

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Wayne C. Hahne,

English graduate and Call-On-Doc’s medical resource guide, Wayne C. Hahne is an experienced and passionate medical education content expert. Through diligent research, provider interviews and utilizing the industry's leading resources for wellness information, it is Mr. Hahne’s personal mission to educate the general public on medical conditions with in-depth and easy-to-understand written guides.

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Yes! CallOnDoc highly respects patient confidentiality. We follow HIPAA guidelines to keep your data secure and safe. Protected Health Information (PHI) will not be given or sold to unaffiliated third parties. Only your care team can access your health record.
We do NOT prescribe controlled or dangerous substances.
Yes, if you select the pharmacy pick-up option. For our subscription plan, your medication is included and delivered to your doorstep at no extra charge.
The consultation fee is self-paid. However, you may use your insurance to pay for the medication at your preferred pharmacy.
We can prescribe up to 60 to 90 day supplies. With our subscription plan, your Rx will be monitored and delivered until canceled.
Unfortunately, we do not offer therapy services at this time. When indicated, we prescribe pharmacotherapy in patients that may benefit from it.
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