Listed below are a number of
places on the internet where you can submit a question to a doctor,
usually by sending an email. I'm not recommending or advocating any
of these sites, just passing along the info :)
Ask the Doctor is provided by The American Academy of
Ophthalmology and offers a way to ask questions each month on a
particular disease, condition, procedure or safety measure that
affects or protects the eyes. The most frequently asked questions
are answered by an ophthalmologist and posted for everyone to view.
Only questions on diabetic retinopathy will be addressed during
May/June. Past topics available for viewing, include glaucoma,
cataract, diabetic retinopathy, refractive surgery, PRK and
DrugInfoNet's Ask the Experts you can ask medical and drug
related questions to physicians and pharmacists. Frequently asked
questions and answers are posted on a FAQ page.
QuackWatch Home Page, Dr. Stephen Barrett will answer
questions relating to consumer health.
Neurologist Online will answers questions about neurological
conditions including: migraine headache, backache, epilepsy,
stroke, tia, parkinsonism, multiple sclerosis, myalgia. Also
includes explanations of various neurological tests and
Dr. Greene's HouseCalls is a place to ask pediatric
questions and see responses to previous questions.
Ask the Cardiologist is an interactive question and answer
database supported by an educational grant from Merck & Co.,
The Healthwise office, Health Education division of Columbia
University Health Services is providing a site called Go Ask
Alice where you can ask questions or read archived questions
Ask a Woman Doctor click "submit a question to the forum"
and they promised to answer all questions.
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