Have you ever wanted to ask a health question to a specific doctor or specialist in Singapore?
This post explains how you can pose your questions to our expert doctors.
- It's free and easy. As Singapore's only free medical Q&A, there’s no better place to get expert answers at no cost.
- Many medical and dental specialties Are Covered. You can ask any health question under the sun, or browse thousands of existing answers.
- Personalized answers. When doctors answer, we’ll email you.
Who hosts DxD sessions?
Our session hosts include doctors such as:
- Dr Paul Tseng (from the pioneering team to first offer IVF technology to Singaporeans in 1988)
- Dr Tony Ho (pioneer of epi-LASIK in Singapore and the region)
- Dr Marilyn Lee (who set up the reproductive endocrine service at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital),
and many more.
How to ask a question
To ask a question:
- Click “Ask A Doctor” at the top left of the page, or follow this link.
- Type your question into the first box.
- You'll be shown previously answered questions that are similar to your question. If you don’t see your question, you can proceed to the Question Details box to add further helpful information.
- Click the Upload Photos button to add relevant photos to your question.
- Click Ask.
You'll see a pop up and be notified by email if your question has been successfully submitted. If you have problems submitting your question, please email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happens after your question is submitted?
Questions undergo a short review process and generally appear on DoctorXDentist within one working day.
Once your question has been approved, we will distribute your question to doctors in specific areas of expertise and notify you about new answers.
You'll receive three emails to help you follow your submitted question:
Why are some questions rejected or unanswered?
More than 99% of approved questions on DxD receive a doctor reply within 24 - 48 hours.
Uploading relevant photos increases the likelihood of receiving a quicker reply. For more details, including information on what a good question looks like, take a look at this post.
Do note that if your question is related to:
- Treatment costs
- or Medisave/subsidies,
you should head to our Treatment Enquiry form instead.
Ready to fire off your health questions?