Email me for advice about your whooping cough
I can also take telephone calls, Skype or FaceTime calls. Whatever your preference.
I am pleased to give you advice about whooping cough for a small fee that you can pay using PayPal using the button at the bottom of this page. It is very simple. You do NOT need a PayPal account. Any credit or debit card can be used. See what is required by pressing the button. No harm can be done.
If you are unable to pay, tell me the reason why, using the email link at the bottom of the page and I may still be able to help.
Most people ask for guidance about being infectious or not, how to approach your doctor for a test or antibiotic. Or any number of other issues. I can certainly help with such issues.
Please include any relevant medical details as well as your geographical location. All information you send me is confidential.
I am a registered doctor in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Any correspondence or communication is for the purpose of providing information and advice. It does not constitute a ‘doctor-patient relationship’. There is more information on the About Dr Doug Jenkinson page. (It opens in a new Tab.)
The charge is $20 for email advice. $50 for telephone advice or $105 for Skype or FaceTime or Zoom.
This charge is automatically converted to your own currency.
Choose the type of communication you want from the box. Email is the default. As soon as payment is made I am notified of this and your email address by PayPal. If you wish me to use a different email address you can put your reply email address in the box. Once you have paid, you are returned to a page with an express email address to use, or you can use email@example.com. I will normally email you as soon as I get the message.
I always answer questions promptly. I don’t mind how many questions you ask. Everyone is always well satisfied that they are gettting good value. If anyone is dissatisfied I will refund their money immediately (It has not happened yet!).
This site is not profit making. The charge helps to cover the considerable cost of maintaining the site, which is advertisement free and not connected to any commercial organisation.
If you wish to make a donation after this site has really helped you, just select one of the options and write donation in the box.
Read the article in the British Medical Journal by Ros Levenson 2007 in which she describes how she got diagnosed with whooping cough with the help of this website.