LemonAid

Get a doctor's prescription online for $15.

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Reviews
Whitney Quinn
 
  • Whitney Quinn
    Whitney QuinnJust a consumer
    Pros: 

    Cost

    Cons: 

    Can’t serve half the population for acne. Poor customer service and treatment of patients.

    My first acne script went fine. When I went to ask for an add on I was denied care because I’m a female with a little facial hair like most. Was not abnormal facial hair. They asked for clarification and while replying shut me down and said they can’t help me. If a dr asked me a question in person and walked out of his office I’d be in disbelief and this is no different. I’m still in disbelief since I do not have hormonal issues and recently had labs. They say you are banned forever after such denial of care.

    ETA: I had already been treated for acne, I just needed something more convenient.

    Whitney Quinn has used this product for one month.
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Maia Bittner
Maia BittnerHunter@maiab · Co-founder
It seems really blatant/crazy to me to have this website that effectively has patients diagnose themselves and ask for a prescription for specific treatment. OTOH, I love the efficiency of it - Lemonaid has advertised that they can get patients prescriptions faster than they can be seen in an ER.
Troy Osinoff
Troy Osinoff@yo · Angel Investor
@maiab That was my concern as well
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace@kkdub · 🎯Strategist for Hire
@maiab Now that I've used nearly all of the consumer-driven versions of quick-visit medical care (in-person "quick" clinics, email-based visits to regular provider, phone visits, survey-based, video, etc.), I am not worried about dangerous misdiagnosis. All of these services flag and refuse to treat patients with complex medical histories or symptoms that aren't "textbook." And the treatments offered are conservative first-line treatments. (Patients who lie about their pre-existing conditions or symptoms....yeah, don't do that.)
Donna Kennett
Donna Kennett@donnamkennett · Marketing Founder at LOOP Messenger
Great idea - can you let me know when you expand to Utah??
Tam Ayers
Tam Ayers@tamayers · Digital Strategist, Founder @ pynpoynt
@donnamkennett and NC. Can't wait to see this expand in both locations and services.
Arjun Sundararajan
Arjun Sundararajan@sarjun · Tech Founder
Love this idea.. I am not a big fan of self diagnosis for serious issues but considering a) how many times I decide to not take medication / let it self heal because of the absolute annoyance of going to the doctor and b) how I often feel the 2 min visit from a rushed doctor has no clue what's going on with me anyways. Looking forward to using it (also hoping not)
Hanna Whilson
Hanna Whilson@hanna_whilson · Manager, Sonoco
I use online pharmacies very often, but I buy meds that are prescribed by my doctor. In most cases I choose Canadian Pharmacy as it is checked and known to be trusty. But of course, it is important to be careful and use only safe sites.
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