Get Better With An Amwell Coupon Code
I’m not going to lie, sometimes I wait it out rather than go to the doctor. Weird rash? Give it 3 more days. Pain in my sinuses? If it doesn’t clear up on it’s own I’ll go on Friday. And remember that time my urine was discolored and I had a cramp in my side? Yeah, I probably shouldn’t have waited on that seeing as how I had kidney stones! I’d like to introduce you to a breath of fresh air I call Amwell. Amwell is the Nation’s largest telehealth company, meaning you don’t have to drive anywhere and sit in a completely disgusting waiting room. Instead you log onto your computer or tablet and express your concerns with a doctor over the web. Keep reading for more info and how I’m giving everyone a $1 Amwell coupon code.
Amwell doctors are available 24/7 so you don’t have to worry about the typical 8-5 hours of your current physician, especially your pediatrician. I mean, who ever thought it was a good idea to have doctor’s hours the same as work hours? Shouldn’t they come in at 2 and work until 8 so that people can come and see them after they get off from their jobs? I digress, Amwell telehealth doctors are there when you need them, are board certified and have an average of 15 years experience you can trust.
Below are some of the issues the physicians at Amwell can help you with:
Urinary Tract Infection
Sprains and Strains
The list goes on. You simply log into Amwell, enter some information like your name and birthday (if you have insurance your visit could possibly be even less expensive so be sure to enter that information when prompted). Then you choose a doctor from the list of types (General, Therapist, Dermatology) and begin your appointment. Amwell physicians can also prescribe medication based on your symptoms to be sent to your local pharmacy. It’s that easy.
When I connected with an Amwell Nutritionist to ask about how much water my 7 year old should be drinking it was a breeze. I logged into the system, clicked the Nutritionist category and chose an online Nutritionist who was available. It was about a 5 minute wait before she was able to take me but once she came online things ran smoothly.
She introduced herself and I asked her how much water Spencer should be drinking per day. Her answer was 60 oz which works out to be about 7 cups. She pointed out that water intake is especially important in Florida due to the heat (she knew we lived in Florida based on the profile we filled out when we logged in). He told her he gets bad headaches and she told him upping his water intake would relieve some of this pain. She gave Spencer some great tips such as drinking from a bottle/cup he picks out himself.
Once we were done we said our goodbyes and I felt confident that Amwell was a great way to go with a question such as this. I urge all of my blog followers to give Amwell a try whether it be for an actual diagnosis of an illness or for an inquiry regarding parenting or nutrition. There are so many different types of doctors on Amwell there is certainly one that will be able to help you at some point. Anyone reading my blog can use this Amwell coupon code BEWELL3 to receive a $1 appointment with any doctor of their choosing. I used mine for the nutritionist and was pleasantly surprised.