With the Pill Club, people can get a contraceptive prescription online and have it shipped for free to their doorstep.
Founded by a Duke University medical student who was frustrated with being denied essential reproductive health. The Pill Club strives to be a trusted healthcare partner for women and empower them through access, contraceptive choice and education. Carrying over 120 FDA-approved birth control pill brands, the Pill Club makes getting online birth control simple. In addition to birth control pills, emergency contraception, female condoms, and other goodies are available and can be added to any order.
First, patients can take a few moments to fill out a brief health profile. Once this is completed, the Pill Club’s medical team, comprised of licensed doctors and pharmacists, will review the information and work with the patient to find and select the best birth control option for them. The medication is then prescribed and delivered in discreet packaging within three to five business days. Each shipment comes with a sample self-care item, small snacks such as chocolates, exclusive stickers, and the option for any add-on item, such as emergency contraception. Users can text a pharmacist about any side effects the birth control may be causing.
The Pill Club helps over 300 000 patients from all 50 states every year and has delivered over five million prescriptions. Working with most major insurance companies, services are offered for free for those with compliant insurance. Those without insurance can pay a $15 consultation fee and enjoy competitive pricing for birth control, with some being as low as $6.99 per month for a year supply. The Pill Club offers a monthly supply, a three-month supply, or an annual supply of birth control for patients with or without insurance.
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