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4 Reasons Why Ask DoctorBase is the Most Efficient Way to SEO and Establish Your Brand Online

  1. Ask DoctorBase is a free service for patients on the DoctorBase platform - currently servicing over 6 million American patients of record.
  2. All answers submitted by healthcare professionals (you) are for entertainment purposes only and do not constitute doctor-patient relationships. All patients must agree to this before using Ask DoctorBase.
  3. Our software and our Marketing Engineering staff review each answer and optimize your answers for keywords valuable to your specialty. It is a well kept secret that doctors (you) - not SEO consultants - are the ones who have the most valuable content prized by search engines. Ask DoctorBase "unlocks and optimizes" your content in the most efficient manner possible with today's technology.
  4. Finally, the doctor who provides the most popular answer - "the Featured Answer," gets an added benefit by allowing patients to write rave reviews about your expertise - reviews that are submitted to both Google and Google Local through our Preferred Data Provider relationship.

Ask Dr. Molly if you have questions or want a personal session on how to best use Ask DoctorBase for maximum marketing impact.


Molly Maloof, MD

Director of Clinical Content

PRJKT RUBY, is this service authentic for birth control?

Hi, I'm looking into getting birth control. I'm in my early 20s, and do not have an obgyn. I'm on Medicaid, and there are no specialists relatively near me that accept it. Additionally, I'd rather not visit planned parenthood. In any case my question is, is this site selling authentic birth control after an online prescription? I want to be safe, and using other forms of protection and birth control render little chance of pregnancy. Thanks!
  • Female | 21 years old

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Featured Answer

2 UpVoted this answer
It looks legit. But, I'm like you... Why take the chance with something so important? I'd just see your family doctor to get birth control. It would be cheaper, and the peace of mind would be priceless!

Best of luck!
2 UpVoted this answer
speak with your family doctor. either he or she can advise u or refer u to an obgyn.
Victor Shabanah
we don't sell anything.

you need to get a prescription for someone who does prescriptions in person - or you can try telemedicine such as Healthtap

Take care
Brad Douglas