OnlineGYN provides personalized online women's healthcare with Dr. Amy Tomlinson, a specialty gynecologist
Get a same-day appointment with a female physician for UTIs, vaginal infections, itching, and other surprises. Prescriptions are sent to your pharmacy. Have a new problem? See the same gynecologist!
Bothered by tissue that is dry, itchy, painful, inflamed, torn, or thin? Can’t stretch enough to have intercourse comfortably? Have recurrent yeast infections or lichen sclerosis? Help is here.
Gynecology Specialty Care
From initial consultations to second opinions, we deliver personalized treatment after listening to your whole story. Find relief from your abnormal periods, PMS, PCOS, pain, chronic conditions, and more.
We provide prescriptions for the birth control pill, patch, and ring, and discuss other methods too. Considering pregnancy? Preconception evaluation can help to improve maternal and child health.
Do you need a guide through the rollercoaster moods, hot flashes, and sleepless nights? We collaborate to find the best treatment for your unique self. Bioidentical hormone therapies are available.
Fertility problems can be overwhelming. We provide best-practice evaluation of infertility at the lowest possible cost. Prescriptions for ovulation (with femara, letrozole, and clomid) are available.
Each phase of a woman’s life can bring its own unique gynecologic challenges. Online Women’s Healthcare assists with:
- Treatment of irregular and painful teenage periods
- Counseling for women considering their sexual debut
- Prescriptions and personalized consultation for birth control
- Emergency contraception and unprotected intercourse counseling
- Preconception counseling and testing
- Evaluation and treatment of fertility problems
- Perimenopause and menopause management
- Treatment of age-related painful sex and the genitourinary syndrome of menopause
- Anticipatory guidance for the upcoming phase of your life
- Tailored preventative testing and care
Online Women’s Healthcare consults on a wide variety of women’s health issues including:
- Abnormal periods
- Amenorrea (lack of periods)
- Anovulation (lack of ovulation causing sub-fertility)
- Atrophic vaginitis
- Bacterial vaginosis / vaginitis (BV)
- Bioidentical hormone management
- Chronic issues
- Expedited partner therapy for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
- Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (vaginal atrophy, atrophic vaginitis)
- Infertility and subfertility
- Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
- Painful periods (dysmenorrhea)
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
- Perimenopause and postmenopause
- Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD)
- Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- Skin problems, itching, pain, and atrophy of the vulva
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
- Vaginal infections, itching, and discharge
- Vaginal atrophy
- Yeast infections
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Accidents happen. Trust me, I’m a gynecologist — I know these things! Let’s think about it… How many times have you forgotten to take your birth control medication?! Probably more than you’re willing to admit. Then there’s those moments where the condom breaks during sexual intercourse or the withdrawal method doesn’t quite go as planned.…Read More
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Covid-19 has a lot of us spending more time at home with our partner than probably ever before. More time together means more opportunities to get frisky, right?! And this is definitely a good thing. But with everything going on, it’s not as easy to get contraception. If you’re running low on condoms or don’t…Read More
Did you know that urinary tract infections are the second most common type of infection in the body? How about the fact that they are the reason behind over 8 million visits to the doctor each year?! If you haven’t experienced a urinary tract infection (UTI), chances are someone you know has and they’ll probably…Read More
What to Expect at Your Visit
Prescriptions immediately sent to your pharmacy
Labs and ultrasounds ordered near you
Convenience and ease of telemedicine
Compassionate care and shared decision-making
Dr. Amy Tomlinson
Greetings! I'm Dr. Amy Tomlinson, a board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist. I provide care to people in many different states. I created OnlineGYN to deliver high-quality online women's healthcare in a patient-centered setting. Shared decision-making through listening, collaboration, and education is the cornerstone of my practice. I offer integrated treatment through best-practice gynecologic care, bioidentical hormone therapy, mental healthcare, genetic screening, preventative medicine, and lifestyle assessment.
Great things about Telemedicine:
- Have your online visit while you are at home, at work, traveling, or wherever is convenient for you. No driving to appointments. No public waiting rooms.
- For moms, no packing up the kids for a boring and often frustrating trip to the office.
- Your time is valued. No lines, no waiting rooms. And no chilly waits in the exam room while you are half-dressed.
Telemed is even better with Online Women's Healthcare:
- You benefit from consultation with a gynecology specialist. Not a nurse practitioner, a physician assistant, or a general practitioner.
- You are able to follow up with the same specialty physician to resolve ongoing issues. No more explaining yourself and telling your story over and over.
- We are able to incorporate bloodwork, saliva testing, ultrasounds, photos, and self-examination to give you the best care.
- Messages can be sent directly to your personal gynecologist.
Telemedicine isn't for emergencies:
- Please seek in-person care if you have an emergency or if you feel like something is really wrong. This would include problems while pregnant, severe pain, active heavy bleeding, fainting, problems thinking, discolored skin, lumps or bumps, fevers of 100.4 or higher, shivering, decreased urination, flank pain, and other issues. If in doubt, be seen in-person locally or in your closest emergency room.