Depression is a mood disorder that impacts how you feel, think, and manage daily activities. It can affect your sleep, appetite, relationships, and ability to work or concentrate. There are different types of depression, including major depressive disorder, postpartum depression, and persistent depressive disorder, to name a few. Other health conditions, such as bipolar II disorder, can also cause depression symptoms. If your symptoms are impacting your sense of well-being and making it difficult to get through the day, clinically proven antidepressant medications my help.

Medications and psychotherapy are the two most common and effective treatments for managing depression symptoms. If you’re struggling with difficult feelings or emotions that are interfering with your daily life, get antidepressants online with CallonDoc. We can refill your anti-depression medication or provide a new prescription after an online visit with one of our licensed mental health care providers.


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Feelings sad, anxious, or empty

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Feeling hopeless or worthless

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Crying a lot

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Feeling angry, irritable, or annoyed

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Loss of interest in things you once enjoyed

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Fatigue or decreased energy

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Appetite loss or weight changes

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Trouble sleeping, oversleeping, or waking early

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Persistent or recurring thoughts of death or suicide

If your symptoms are impacting your sense of well-being and making it difficult to get through the day, it’s important to seek help from a qualified physician.

DISCLAIMER: we do NOT prescribe controlled substances.

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Sertraline (Zoloft)

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Fluoxetine (Prozac) 

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Escitalopram (Lexapro)

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Wellbutrin (Bupropion)

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Citalopram (Celexa)

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Venlafaxine (Effexor)

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Duloxetine (Cymbalta)

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Yes. After evaluating and diagnosing your condition, and if the doctor feels medication is appropriate, they can prescribe an antidepressant medication online and send it to your local pharmacy. CallonDoc does not prescribe controlled substances, such Valium®, Xanax®, Ativan®, or Klonopin®.
It can take up to 4-8 weeks for antidepressant medications to fully take effect. Every person is different, and no two people will have the same experience. If your symptoms worsen or become unmanageable while you are waiting for a prescribed medication to take effect, ask a doctor about other medication options.
Both have their advantages and are effective in treatment depression. Many people have the best results when therapy and medications are used in combination. If therapy alone is not working for you, ask about medication options. Alternatively, if medications alone aren’t enough, investigate psychotherapy options.
Yes, you don’t need a referral with a CallonDoc physician. After an evaluation and consultation, our doctor will discuss your options with you. If the doctor determines medication is appropriate, CallonDoc will send an online prescription to the local pharmacy of your choice or ship it to your home.
Yes, many of our patients see us to get refills on their current antidepressant medications. After a consultation with a qualified physician to determine if you qualify, CallonDoc will send an online refill request to your pharmacy.
You are required to pay an upfront fee for your consultation, but you can use insurance for your medication at your pharmacy. We can also provide you with an itemized receipt for insurance reimbursement for your consultation.

If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, it's essential to seek help and support. CallonDoc can offer prescription services for depression but does not offer therapy services. In addition to our services, there are several locations that you can seek out to get in-person support. If your case is severe (i.e. thoughts of self harm and/or suicide), it is important to seek out help immediately. You can do so by going to a hospital or calling the national crisis hotline 988.

Yes, depression can cause cognitive difficulties, including memory problems and difficulty concentrating, which can affect a person's ability to remember things and think clearly. These cognitive symptoms are often referred to as "depressive cognitive impairment" and can be a part of the overall impact of depression on cognitive function.

Depression can weaken the immune system and make individuals more susceptible to illnesses and infections. Additionally, the physical symptoms of depression, such as changes in appetite, sleep disturbances, and reduced physical activity, can further contribute to overall health problems.

Yes, there is evidence to suggest that depression can have a genetic component. Individuals with a family history of depression may have a higher risk of developing the condition themselves, but genetics is just one of several factors that can contribute to depression, including environmental and lifestyle factors.

Yes, depression can cause extreme fatigue and feelings of persistent tiredness, often leading to disruptions in sleep patterns and reduced physical and mental energy. Fatigue is a common symptom of depression and can significantly impact a person's daily functioning and overall well-being.

Yes, depression can lead to tension headaches or migraines in some individuals, as it can contribute to muscle tension, increased stress, and changes in pain perception. The relationship between depression and headaches is complex, and while depression can be a contributing factor, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment.

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