If you have minor congestion and cough but feel otherwise well, you may have an upper respiratory infection (common cold). Prescription medication may improve your symptoms as your body recovers
Traveling to certain parts of the world can often lead to an illness characterized by severe diarrhea, which can ruin a trip. Travelers' diarrhea can be treated with prescription medication.
If you are prone to seasickness or motion sickness, pre-treatment with prescription medication before traveling may alleviate your symptoms.
If you have had an unexpected interruption in your prescription medication supply, our doctors can help bridge the gap.
If you typically become anxious before public speaking, examinations, or other high-stress situations, a prescription medication may help reduce the physical symptoms of anxiety.
Itchy eyes, nasal congestion, nasal discharge, and dry cough due to seasonal or environmental allergies can be treated with prescription medication.