Oral Contraception Pill Service - Three Month Supply

Oral Contraceptive Pill

  • Combined pill and mini pill available
  • Available to women who have already been prescribed an oral contraceptive
  • Extensive list of contraceptive pills available
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How Anytime Doctor can help me?

We provide this regulated, specialist service for women aged 18 or over who are currently taking the contraceptive pill. You can request 3 months of your current pill without having to go to your doctor so long as you have not developed any risk factors. We can supply all the commonly used contraceptive pills such as Dianette, Micogynon and Cilest as well as some of the newest brands such as Yasmin and Qlaira. Below is a list of the contraceptive pills that a doctor can prescribe on a three month cycle:

Oral Contraception Pill Service
BiNovum Brevinor Cerazette Cilest
Co-Cyprindiol Dianette Evra Femodene
Femodene ED Femodette Femulen Loestrin 20
Loestrin 30 Logynon Logynon ED Marvelon
Mercilon Microgynon 30 Microgynon 30 ED Micronor
Norgeston Noriday Norimin Norinyl-1
Ovranette Ovysmen Qlaira Synphase
Triadene Trinordiol TriNovum Yasmin

All services provided by Anytime Doctor are safe, fast and confidential (we do not inform your GP). You can obtain treatment within the privacy of your home and without the inconvenience of lengthy doctor waiting rooms.

How does the Anytime Doctor service work?

Step 1:             Register online and complete the free online medical questionnaire consultation. A doctor will review your questionnaire and, if it is safe to do so, approve you for treatment. You do not pay for your doctor consultation.
Step 2: If you are approved for treatment you will be sent a text message asking you to log back into your secure patient record. You can pay for your oral contraceptive pills using a debit or credit card.
Step 3: Order before 4pm Monday to Friday and our partner UK Pharmacy will aim to dispense and despatch your medicine in that day's post using Royal Mail Special Delivery for delivery before 1pm the next working day. Your medicine can be delivered to your work or home address, someone needs to sign for the delivery but it does not have to be you.

Why are no prices shown for Anytime Doctor treatment services?

At Anytime Doctor, we aim to offer you similar pattern of healthcare as if you were to visit your normal GP for a face to face consultation. We believe it is important that you complete a medical consultation and receive a diagnosis by a licensed doctor before you are offered treatment options. Once a doctor has approved you for treatment all prices are clearly displayed. Your registration and medical consultation is free and you are under no obligation to purchase any treatment after your consultation.

How will your doctor know which contraceptive pill you want?

During the online medical questionnaire you will be asked the name of your current contraceptive pill or the pill you have taken in the past. We will provide you with a list of the most common contraceptive pills used in the UK. Your doctor can prescribe all combined and mini-pills that are commonly used in the UK. Your doctor will not prescribe you any contraceptive pills that are not licensed in the UK.

What are the potential side-effects (contraindications) from your oral contraceptive pill?

All medication can cause side effects. The oral contraceptive pill can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea or an allergic rash. Very rarely the oral contraceptive pill can cause blood clots in the legs or lungs, raised blood pressure and it can increase your risk of breast cancer.

When answering your medical questionnaire for the contraceptive pill it is very important that you answer the questions truthfully to ensure your doctor has a full picture of your medical history before they prescribe you the pill.

How effective is the contraceptive pill?

The contraceptive pill is over 99% effective if taken as instructed.

Who should not use this particular contraceptive pill service?

You should not use this service if:

1. You are pregnant

2. You have been told in the past that you should not take the contraceptive pill

3. You are under 18 years old

Looking after your contraceptive pill:

This medicine is for YOU only. Do not give it to others. It may not suit them.

Do not take this medicine after the expiry date stamped on the pack.

Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children.

Can I get a repeat prescription?

Your doctor can offer you ongoing prescriptions. After your initial three month medication, you can request a further prescription but you must have your blood pressure checked before requesting another prescription. Your doctor needs to be sure that your contraceptive pill hasn't raised your blood pressure. You do not need to visit a doctor; most pharmacies will check your blood pressure for free.