Patient Resources & FAQs2021-10-04T21:04:36+00:00

Patient Resources

Who is CleopatraRX for?2021-09-27T13:03:18+00:00

CleopatraRX is for middle aged women who are experiencing brain fog.

Do I need a prescription to use CleopatraRX?2021-09-27T13:01:29+00:00

You do not need a prescription BEFORE using CleopatraRX. The physicians on the CleopatraRX platform can write a prescription for you if they deem it safe and appropriate after your online visit.

Where is CleopatraRX available?2021-09-27T13:00:08+00:00

All 50 States.

Who are the doctors on the CleopatraRX Platform?2021-09-27T12:57:49+00:00

All of the physicians on the CleopatraRX platform are U.S. licensed physicians. Each doctor is board certified and licensed.

Is it legal to prescribe medication online?2021-09-27T13:04:27+00:00

Yes. CleopatraRX utilizes telemedicine technology to enable physicians to practice medicine and take care of patients remotely. Every doctor you interact with is licensed to prescribe medicine and treat patients in your state and complies with all governing medical laws in the US.

Is this a safe way to receive treatment?2021-09-23T13:16:04+00:00

Yes. Telemedicine is safe and effective—as long as patients answer questions truthfully, accurately, and completely.

Is my information safe?2021-09-27T13:03:39+00:00

Yes. CleopatraRX’s platform is HIPAA compliant, which is the gold standard of telehealth medicine. This means we’ve implemented strict security protocols and taken extraordinary measures to protect and secure your information.

Does CleopatraRX replace my OB/GYN physician?2021-09-27T12:55:15+00:00

CleopatraRX is a complement and not a replacement of your OB/GYN. So, it’s important to keep your OB/GYN and any other physicians up to date with your care at CleopatraRX.

Is CleopatraRX covered by insurance?2021-09-27T12:54:48+00:00

Not at this time.

Which medications do doctors on the CleopatraRX platform prescribe for cognitive dysfunction/brain fog?2021-09-27T12:09:53+00:00

1 mg, 2 mg and 4 mg Estriol

0.36mg Norethindrone

100 mg and 200 mg Progesterone

Can a doctor diagnose cognitive dysfunction/brain fog remotely?2021-09-27T13:02:40+00:00

Yes, in most cases. Cognitive difficulties/brain fog can be diagnosed by a physician based on a patient self-reporting their symptoms and medical history.

Physicians on the CleopatraRX platform use telemedicine technologies to diagnose cognitive dysfunction in the same way they diagnose patients in-person. Doctors ask questions to evaluate your symptoms and make sure it’s safe and appropriate to prescribe medication. The physicians on the CleopatraRX platform use your answers to diagnose your condition and create a treatment plan. That’s why it’s vital you answer each question to the best of your knowledge and ensure that every communication with your physician is truthful, accurate, and thorough.

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