Are all pills the same?
What does the pill contain?
Does taking pills affect my period?
Does the pills prevent you getting an STI?
Will birth control pills make me put on more weight?
You may also find your appetite increases in the first three months of pill-taking. But rest assured, it's totally fine.
What are the main side effects of birth control pills?
How do birth control pills work?
The combined pill releases the hormones estrogen and progestin. This combination prevents pregnancy by stopping your ovaries from releasing eggs and thickens your cervical mucus to keep sperm from reaching an egg. The pill is most effective when you take it consistently at the same time each day.
The progestin-only pill, also known as the mini pill, only releases the hormone progestin and might be an option for those sensitive to estrogen. It prevents pregnancy primarily by thickening your cervical mucus and thinning the uterine lining.
The mini-pill is even more time-sensitive than the combined pill, and taking it at the exact same time each day is essential.
Does birth control pills affect fertility long-term?
At what age can I start taking the birth control pills?
Is it safe to switch from one birth control pill to another?
Where is your clinic?
Is there a parking lot?
How can I ask the doctor to refill my prescription (order)?
How do I charge for the consultation?
How much will you charge me for the medication delivery service?
Is it safe to drink alcohol when taking birth control pills?
Can certain foods interact with birth control pills?
How should I take my contraception pills? Before or after meals?
Can I get a refill for my medication in two weeks without interruption?
Can I get a three-month supply in one visit?
How can I refill my birth control pills?
For customers who decide to go for online consultation, the pills will be shipped to your residence.
How do I pay for my medications?
For online consultations: Payment is made through a link sent via email.