• one pack of birth control pills shipped to your house monthly
  • annual check in visit with your care team
  • typical prescription is the generic equivalent to Ortho Tri Cyclen or Ortho Tri Cyclen Lo.


$12 / Month

Medications to your Home

one pack of birth control pills shipped to your house monthly, the typical prescription is the generic equivalent to Ortho Tri-Cyclen or Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo

Virtual Clinic Visits

annual check-in visit with your care team

$12 / Month


This program is not appropriate in the following situations:

  • Age ≥35 years and smoking ≥15 cigarettes per day
  •  Multiple risk factors for heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Blood pressure over 160/100
  • Previous blood clot
  • Known blood clotting diseases and genes
  • Previous heart attack or similar.
  • History of stroke
  • Complicated valvular heart disease (pulmonary hypertension, the risk for atrial fibrillation, history of subacute bacterial endocarditis)
  • Breast cancer
  • Cirrhosis
  • Migraine with aura
  • Hepatocellular adenoma or malignant hepatoma


Are the medicines from foreign countries?

We use the same FDA approved suppliers as any use pharmacy would use. Though it is legal for individual patients to buy up to 90 days of medicine from out of the country (like you can do at pharmacychecker.com), it is not legal for us to purchase medications that are not approved by the FDA. This is all legit.

Can I blame you if I get pregnant or get an STD? I thought these pills were perfect.

No. Oral contraceptive pills are not perfect at preventing pregnancy, they do not protect at all from sexually transmitted diseases and they can cause side effects. They are also used by millions of women to help regulate their cycles, decrease the chance of getting pregnant and to treat other conditions such as acne.

Do I have to get a Pap smear and pelvic exam to get birth control prescribed?

No. This is no longer recommended as it acted as a barrier to women obtaining medication. We certainly recommend Pap smears as directed by various medical and governmental organizations.

What if I want or need to use other medications?

All of our prescriptions are given based on the doctor’s assessment of appropriateness.  That being said, it is not a problem to prescribe medications that are not on the free list.  The medications listed on our free list are free.  Occasionally we can get others for free as well, just ask.  Most medications that are still branded and some other expensive medications are not free, but can be prescribed to your local pharmacy.  If you have insurance, you can use it as you usually would at the pharmacy.  We do not prescribe narcotics, opioids, tramadol, codeine or similar medications.