Birth control medication delivered
Accessing birth control shouldn't be complicated. Now it doesn't have to be. Get hassle-free birth control pills delivered to your door in a few easy steps.
No long lines at the drugstore
Easy to renew so you never miss a pill
Wide range of affordable options
How it works
Complete a short online health assessment
Our expert clinical team will review your order
Free and discreet delivery to your home
Change or cancel your subscription anytime
Choose from our affordable, FDA-approved range
A range of popular generic options that are up to 90% cheaper than brand medication.
Junel Fe 1.5/30
Similar to Blisovi Fe 1.5/30, Loestrin Fe 1.5/30 and Microgestin Fe 1.5/30
Similar to Larin 1/20 and Microgestin 1/20
Loestrin Fe 1/20
Similar to Junel Fe 1/20, Blisovi Fe 1/20 and Aurovela Fe 1/20
Similar to Larissia, Lessina, Alesse and Aviane
Similar to Estarylla, Ortho-Cyclen, and Femynor
Similar to Tri-Vylibra, Ortho Tri-Cyclen, and Tri Femynor
Similar to Tri-Vylibra-Lo, Tri-Lo-Estarylla, Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo and Tri-Lo-Mil
Similar to Ocella and Syeda
Similar to Nikki, Vestura, and Loryna
Hassle-free birth control you can rely on
Our online birth control means you're in control of your prescription without compromising on the quality of your care.
No more taking time off work or school
FDA-approved medication from home
Medical support whenever you need it
Online medical assessment at no extra cost
Finding the right birth control for you can feel like a chore. That's why your order includes a free online medical assessment to ensure you are getting the best treatment option for you.
More than just birth control
The pill can be used for more than just birth control. It can also help with:
Affordable care without insurance worries
Stay in control of your own prescription
Medical support included
"At LetsGetChecked, we want you to feel empowered to take control of your health. That includes finding the birth control that works for you."
Ashley Harrison Nurse Practitioner at LetsGetChecked
Your medical team
Get access to board-certified physicians and clinical experts so you can find the best treatment option for you.
Dr. Robert Mordkin
Chief Medical Officer
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Still have questions?
Here are some questions we usually get about LetsGetChecked. If you would like yours answered, please contact us.
Generic medications contain the same active ingredients as branded medications and work in exactly the same way. The cost of generic medications is lower because the manufacturers don't need to invest in researching and developing a new drug. All of our generic medications are FDA-approved and just as effective as the well-known brands.
The oral contraceptive pill, also known as the birth control pill, uses hormones to prevent pregnancy. Estrogen and progesterone are hormones that play an important role in the menstrual cycle, both directly and by affecting other hormones in the body. The levels of estrogen and progesterone vary throughout the cycle, depending on where you are in your cycle. The combined pill contains estrogen and progestin, a synthetic form of progesterone. The pill raises your levels of estrogen and progestin, similar to how they are raised during pregnancy. This suppresses other hormone levels so that ovulation doesn't occur (meaning an egg isn't released). Progestin also thickens the mucus in the cervix to help prevent sperm from entering the uterus and changes the lining of the uterus to prevent attachment of a fertilized egg. The progestin-only pill also suppresses ovulation but not consistently - about 40% of women will continue to ovulate*. It mainly prevents pregnancy through the effect of progestin on the cervical mucus and the lining of the uterus.*American College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
At Letsgetchecked we want to make sure you find the birth control that meets your needs. Monophasic combined pills are the most common type of combined pills and are a great option for first-time users. They contain the same dose of estrogen and progestin which you take every day for 3 weeks. These pills "trick" your body into thinking it's pregnant. During the fourth week (either your “pill-free” week or where you take inactive/ iron-containing pills), hormone levels will drop, resulting in a withdrawal bleed that mimics a normal period. Triphasic pills contain doses of estrogen and progestin that vary throughout the month, mimicking your body’s natural cycle. They reduce some side effects of the pill by reducing the total hormone dose received per pack. The progestin-only pill is sometimes called the 'mini pill' because it does not contain any estrogen. This medication is often prescribed for people who can't use birth control containing estrogen.
No hormonal contraceptive method is 100% effective at preventing pregnancy. With typical use (because nobody's perfect), oral contraceptives are about 91% effective; used correctly, they're 99% effective. We recommend taking the pill at the same time every day, whether you're on the combined or progestin-only pill. This will increase the effectiveness of the pill by keeping hormone levels stable and getting you in the habit of taking it every day. Timing is particularly important for the progestin-only pill. Because the progestin-only pill doesn't always suppress ovulation, taking the pill 3 or more hours late increases the risk of pregnancy. If you miss a pill, follow the instructions in your patient information leaflet about when to take your next pill and the use of additional contraception, including emergency contraception. Remember that the pill does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV.
The pill can do more than just prevent pregnancy. - Acne: we offer a range of pills that are FDA-approved for the treatment of acne, e.g. TriSprintec, Yaz, and their generic alternatives - Heavy, painful, or irregular periods: the pill can help make your cycle more regular, with lighter and less painful periods - Ovarian cysts: the pill is known to help prevent the development of ovarian cysts, but doesn't treat pre-existing cysts* - Endometriosis: the pill can help relieve some of the symptoms of endometriosis, but doesn't treat the underlying condition** - PCOS: the combined pill can help regulate menstrual bleeding, reduce excessive hair growth and acne, and lower testosterone levels in PCOS*** - PMS: many women suffer from premenstrual syndrome, which is characterized by physical and behavioral symptoms that develop in the second half of the menstrual cycle. It's important to talk to your healthcare provider about any symptoms you may be experiencing. Birth control pills can help with the symptoms of PMS by preventing menstruation. *Am Fam Physician. 2014 Nov 1;90(9):623. https://www.aafp.org/afp/2014/1101/p623.html **NHS, 2019 https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/endometriosis/treatment/ *** Open Access J Contracept. 2017; 8: 13–23. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5774551/
1 in 5 women in the US aged 15-29 use the oral contraceptive pill as their birth control of choice*. But there are important reasons why the pill might not be the right option for you. For some women who cannot take the combined (estrogen-containing) pill, the progestin-only pill may be a great alternative. You can read more about whether the combined birth control pill is suitable for you here/. <insert link to suitability FAQ on combined OCP product page> You can read more about whether the progestin-only birth control pill is suitable for you here/. <insert link to suitability FAQ on progestin-only OCP product page> The provision of a prescription is at the sole discretion of the prescribing clinician. In some cases, the prescribing clinician may be unable to approve the order as the medication may not be suitable based on the answers provided in the health assessment. If this medication is not felt to be suitable for you, we will contact you and issue a full refund.
Most of the side effects associated with the pill are minor and often go away after a while, but there may be some more serious effects. You can read about them in the medication information leaflet. It is important to tell us about any side effects you experience. Common side effects include a change to your normal menstrual pattern (more or less frequent than usual, sometimes with breakthrough bleeding or spotting), headache, acne, nausea, bloating, breast tenderness, and weight gain. More serious side effects include elevated blood pressure and a worsening of low mood or depression - it is important to contact your healthcare provider if you are experiencing low mood or suicidal thoughts. The most serious risk associated with the combined (estrogen-containing) pill is a blood clot affecting a vein or artery. You should not smoke while taking this medication as smoking increases the risk of blood clots. You should seek immediate medical attention if you develop any of the following symptoms: sudden swelling in your arm or leg; difficulty breathing; chest pain or discomfort; any symptoms of a stroke, including numbness or weakness in your face, arm, or leg, or loss of balance or vision.
- Read these FAQs carefully to make sure you are fully informed about your birth control options - If you don’t already have one, make an account with LetsGetChecked - Complete our comprehensive online health assessment, including a summary of your medical history and a list of any medications (prescription or non-prescription) you are taking. It’s important that all of the information you provide is your own, completely truthful, and that you don’t share this medication with anyone else. - You will also need a blood pressure reading from within the last six months, taken at your local pharmacy, at home, or with your healthcare provider. - Make sure you have photo identification - you will need this to complete your order
LetsGetChecked offers 3, 6, or 12-month auto-renewing subscriptions for our oral contraceptive pill options. This means you can pay for 3, 6, or 12 months’ worth of medication at a time. A maximum of a 90-day supply of medication will be dispensed at any one time and delivered to your home. Your subscription will automatically renew at the end of the payment period unless you cancel before this time.
- All subscriptions include automatic medication refills. Before your first shipment is dispatched, you’ll need to consent to this automatic refill process. You’ll also need to consent to our automatic refill each year of your subscription.
- We’ll email you before each shipment of medication to allow for any changes or cancellations you need to make. You’ll need to contact customer care within 24 hours of receiving the email to make any changes or cancellations.
- We cannot accept returns of medication and cannot offer refunds for medication that has been dispensed.
- To cancel your subscription, contact us by phone at +1 (929) 376-0056 or through our website at help.letsgetchecked.com, and our customer care specialists will be happy to help you.