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Doctor On Demand Makes Life A Little Easier {+ $200 Target GC Giveaway!}

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Disclaimer: I am a  member of the Blogging Mamas Network. This is a sponsored conversation on behalf of Doctor On Demand. All stories and opinions are 100% my own.

I am lucky enough to stay at home with my children during the day while my partner works to pay a majority of our bills. Every day I am grateful that I get t watch my kids grow and facilitate their life experiences myself. Part of being a stay-at-home-mom sometimes means you are used to toting the kids around everywhere with you. You adapt to never being alone and you don’t get a whole lot of time off from the full-time responsibilities. When I get sick and need help I don’t always have the resources to venture off on my own and get better. Thankfully there’s a new service that brings the doctor to me right in the comfort of my own home. With Doctor On Demand help is a phone call away… literally!


I’ve suffered from migraines on and off since I was 16 years old. Suffering through one this past weekend (thank you fireworks) I rested in the dark with my head on my soft, comfy pillows and used the Doctor On Demand App. Although the board certified doctors that you come face-to-face with through your smartphone can’t prescribe controlled substances, they can do refills or referrals to a specialist. We talked via video chat for 15 minutes and because my migraine headaches have increased with frequency I need to have an MRI done and find the underlying cause. Although my specific issues were not directly solved, talking to someone who is highly educated with years of experience eased a lot of the stress. I now have a course of action and suggested treatment options.

Doctor On Demand is only $40 per call and you don’t have to wait for an appointment. You can use the video service for a number of different things inlcuding cold or flu like sicknesses, allergies, rashes, pink eye, hayfever, asthma, bladder infections, pediatric questions (we all have those, right?), and most cases that are not life threatening.

You can not use Doctor On Demand for chest pain/pressure, poisoning, seizures, serious head/neck/back injuries, or broken bones. This is for not only their safety, but also yours. Should you be experienceing any of the later symptoms please dial 9-1-1.


You can download the App. for free from iTunes or the App Store, and it is also available in Google Play. The app itself is free. And if you register using my code AttaVIP you get your first call (a $40 value) free! My code is only good for the first 10 registered calls (one call per registrant) so don’t delay.

We would like to celebrate the fact that you can now talk to a board certified doctor (on demand!) from the comfort of your own home, thanks to the Doctor On Demand app. with a great giveaway.


The $200 Target Gift Card Giveaway will end on July 22nd.  It is open to US residents, 18+ only.  Please use the Giveaway Tools Form below to enter!  Good Luck!


Disclosures: The participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Giveaway is open to US residents, age 18+ only. The giveaway will close at 11:59PM EST on 7/22/14. One winner will be selected randomly from all eligible entries. If you have any questions about this giveaway or would like to inquire about group events like this, please contact the Blogging Mamas Network at



  1. jose benavides says:

    It would help me by showing me simple cures of when I am sick ..

  2. kelly nicholson says:

    Let us know how Doctor on Demand could help you – or what you like most about the service and app.

    dont think ill hold me life in the working of an app,but ill pass the word along..thanks

  3. Kenneth Ostrer says:

    I think they could do what wikipedia or webmd does and have up-to-date, helpful information

  4. Lesley F says:

    I like how many qualified doctors they have

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