Out of 180 million people, 177 million are at risk of getting malaria in Pakistan. There are over 3.5 million cases of malaria every year! Malaria can be potentially life threatening if not caught early. Most people complain of high grade fever with shivering and chills along with severe body ache. If you have these symptoms then see your doctor as soon as possible or book an appointment with doctors online and discuss your symptoms with them.

How can I get in touch Online Doctor in Pakistan?

Online health services like healthcare and telemedicine apps has made seeking quality healthcare easier, convenient and cheaper. Studies show that most patients wait hours to visit a doctor at a clinic or a hospital for nothing but medical advice. Before that you have to wait weeks for an appointment. With online doctor apps like My live doctors you can find the best physician online and book an appointment online in no time.
When you develop malaria symptoms like fever with chills, body ache nausea, headaches and vomiting you should see your doctor immediately to rule out malaria infection. Telemedicine services like My live doctors makes it easier for patients to seek help and receive expert medical advice from home. Online mobile applications not only allow the doctor to treat you online but it’s a great way for you to monitor your health problems even with a busy schedule. Book a tele-appointment with doctor and find physician online in minutes!

Is it easy to find physician online?

It’s very easy! All you need to do is download a doctor availability app like MyLiveDoctors and find doctors online in Lahore or anywhere in Pakistan. For people living in rural or remote areas who don’t have access to a medical facility but are suffering from malaria symptoms can book an appointment with doctors and begin managing the condition at home until they receive professional help. Patients can easily be assessed online through live video consultations and treated effectively as long as they don’t require urgent or emergency care.

Can I find doctors online near me?

After talking to the doctor online, if you still want to go to the doctor’s office or you’ve been advised certain lab tests you can search for a physician near you in your area or region. Doctors from most regions are included in our online doctor database.

The doctors are Board Certified, qualified, licensed and experienced. You can search by specialist, go through the doctor list, book an online appointment, mark it on your in-app calendar, and pay through quick and easy payment options. The doctors are rated and reviewed by patients and their info is included along with a picture for identification purposes.

An app like MyLiveDoctors not only saves time but money too! It allows you, the patient, to have complete control of your schedule and work with it not around it. Depending on your health problem your doctor will guide you as to how to go about things from that point on. For more information please visit www.mylivedoctors.com.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Abigail Kane MD is a graduate of George Washington University school of medicine. Dr. Kane trained in the department of cardiology during her residency. During her residency she was able to provide utmost care and consultation which resulted in an overall improvement of the department. Dr. Kane has been practicing as a cardiologist in California since 1997. She currently has 7 publications in the American Journal of Cardiology and has co-authorships involving other publications. Her practice focuses on new research in the field of Cardiology in accordance with published clinical trials. Most of her treatment strategies are evidence based as her are research papers. She has always been a career-driven, ambitious individual with high aspirations. Dr. Kane is listed as a major contributor in the publication that featured the therapeutic effects of a new cardio-protective drug that may be used in preventive cardiology. Currently Dr. Kane hold various certifications from the American Board of Internal Medicine and she was also recognized with an award for her work in cardiology research.