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ATTENTION: The Medical Professional Members of are currently accepting only questions related to cataracts removal, and related eyes conditions, and those related to venous health, including varicose and spider veins questions. Please feel free to ask a question related to these areas of health.

Please note that the information on this site is not suitable for a consultation with a medical professional. In the event of an emergency, you should contact a physician or contact your local emergency telephone number.

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Ask a Doctor Medical Questions

DoctorQA allows users to submit their personal medical questions to local vein doctors and eye doctors for free. Find a doctor in our network ready to help you with any vein condition or procedure, from spider veins and deep vein thrombosis to sclerotherapy and endovenous laser treatment, by simply filling out the above form with your health questions and related health question details. Or if you are experiencing blurred vision that may be attributed to cataracts, feel free to ask questions related to cataract surgery, intraocular lens implants, refractive eye surgery, and related ocular health questions.

Any medical questions submitted to DoctorQA will be sent to a local vein specialist or cataract surgeon listed in our medical directory that is happy to provide you with information better suited for your situation. With such a range of options available to treat venous disease and vision problems, it can be extremely useful to connect with a doctor online that can give you a personal response. You can use the information you learn, plus any other information gathered from DoctorQA’s news and article directories, to make informed decisions when picking out a professional to treat you.

These days, the vein and cataract medical fields are changing quickly. Every day, vein experts conduct new research to make vein therapy even more effective and precise. With the advent of interventional radiology, patients can enjoy quality vein treatment with minimally invasive techniques. If you have medical questions about these new procedures and how they may be used to help you, just ask a doctor. Our vast network of medical professionals is trained in varicose vein treatment, spider vein treatment, as well as treatment of clinical vein conditions such as venous blood clots or chronic venous insufficiency in the leg veins.

Cataract treatments are also improving at a rapid pace. In the past 10 years, the types of synthetic intraocular lens implants made available within the United States have become far more technologically advance. In fact, premium intraocular lenses have become so advanced that they now closely mirror the movement of the natural lens. This enables patients to enjoy fully restored vision and can help reverse years of aging within the eye. Similarly, cataract surgery is becoming more and more minimally invasive, so that patients can resume their normal daily function soon after receiving their cataracts treatment. By asking your health questions now, you will be better informed when you see a specialist for a consultation. Your medical questions can also prompt appropriate action in the case that your reported symptoms may need immediate attention.

Here are a few tips to bear in mind as you ask a doctor your health questions. First, make sure that the medical questions you ask a doctor are accompanied by thorough details. Doing so will ensure that the physician will be able to answer your health questions in their entirety. Try to provide as much information in your medical questions as possible in order to receive the best answer. Also, tag your medical questions with relevant procedures and conditions relating to your situation, in order to increase the chance that your health questions get rerouted to the appropriate physician with the knowledge to help.

When submitting any medical questions to DoctorQA, please also remember to exclude personal or confidential information about yourself, as your submissions are viewable by the public. The question and answer service is free and completely anonymous, and you will never be charged or asked to provide more information about yourself. But we want to do all that we can to protect your privacy, so please avoid submitting personal details which may be used by others to identify you. You don’t need to worry about the security of your information— the email address you provide will only be used to connect you and the doctor that answers your specific medical questions. You won’t receive any spam emails or advertisements in your inbox after you ask a doctor your health questions — just informed answers from physicians in our network.

After you get your medical questions answered for free, you can contact one of the doctors who helped you out if you need to schedule an in-person appointment. Please ask a doctor your medical questions by using the form on this page and find a qualified physician near you who can help you further. Do not submit any personal health information within your question. Your question may be displayed in a public setting so refrain from including any personally identifiable information within the question itself. Your contact information will not be displayed.

Disclaimer: The information found on this website is intended to be general medical information; it is not a medical diagnosis or medical advice. Specific medical advice can only be given with full knowledge of all of the facts and circumstances of your health situation. You should seek consultation with a doctor familiar with your medical condition. Posting a question on this website does not create a doctor-patient relationship. All questions you post will be available to the public; do not include confidential information in your question.