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Is on-line diagnosis possible ?

Of course not every medical problem can be diagnosed by a single e-mail.

But there are many medical conditions that can.

From depression to bladder infections... a lot of problems can be diagnosed from a good history of your symptoms which you can give us by e-mail.

So, no more rushed consultations, as you can take as long as you want to tell us about your problem.

How does it work ?

When you consult with e-med, you are guided by our "Symptom Checker" on how to put your symptoms into a form that our doctors can easily work from, to help us make a diagnosis quickly and reliably.

e-med is the only site that will arrange your medication immediately... so that you can get better sooner.

If we cannot make an immediate diagnosis by e-mail, then you can either:

  • arrange to have a Skype video consultation or

  • e-med can arrange any investigation or referral to a specialist so that you can be.

Is it expensive ?

Once you are a member we charge only 15 for each consultation, no matter how many e-mails or calls are made.

Our doctors have performed thousands of consultations since we started and if you are not happy with the experience you will be fully refunded.

We are unique - no other medical practice in the world offers all these services !

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e-med is NOT an emergency service. If you need immediate medical assistance, please dial 999 or visit your local A&E department.