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1. Take a few minutes to schedule a time & fill in your online health profile.
3. Get your order delivered to your doorstep & never worry about running out.
2. Our medical team reviews, works with you & selects the best option for you.
4. Receive ongoing personalised care. Text us anytime with no appointment needed.
Types of Oral Contraceptives
There are various types of oral contraceptives in the market, here are the three main categories
- Combination pills contain both estrogen and progestin hormones.
- Highly effective in preventing pregnancy when taken correctly.
- Work by suppressing ovulation, thickening cervical mucus, and thinning the uterine lining.
- Available in various formulations with different hormone doses to suit individual needs.
- Non-contraceptive benefits include more regular periods, reduced menstrual cramps, and decreased risk of certain cancers like ovarian and endometrial cancer.
- Progestin-only pills contain only the progestin hormone, unlike combination pills that have both estrogen and progestin.
- They are estrogen-free and suitable for women who cannot or prefer not to take estrogen.
- Progestin-only pills are a reliable and effective form of contraception.
- They work by thickening cervical mucus, making it difficult for sperm to reach the egg.
- These pills also thin the lining of the uterus, reducing the likelihood of implantation if fertilization occurs.
- Emergency contraceptive pills are available without a prescription.
- They are taken after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure to prevent pregnancy.
- Emergency pills work by delaying ovulation, preventing fertilization, or inhibiting implantation of a fertilized egg.
- Ideally, they should be taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex, but some types can be effective up to 120 hours (5 days) later.
- Emergency pills do not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs), so regular contraception should be used for ongoing prevention.
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Birth Control Pills FAQ
For individuals using our birth control services for the first time, an online consultation is mandatory prior to purchase. This consultation is essential to ensure that the selected pill is suitable for you, prioritizing your safety and well-being.
The online consultation fee is RM20, which is a one-time charge. This fee includes unlimited consultations with your dedicated pharmacist throughout your experience with us.
To schedule an online birth control consultation, follow these steps:
Click here to provide basic information such as your name, date of birth, and contact number. Select a suitable date and time for your teleconsultation.
Alternatively, you can reach out to us via WhatsApp for further assistance and scheduling.
For Courier Delivery (Within 1-2 Business Days):
West Malaysia RM8 flat rate
East Malaysia RM15 flat rate
For Express Delivery (Within 2 Hours, Only 9AM – 7PM):
RM20 flat rate for West and East Malaysia
Please note that we DO NOT deliver to overseas at the moment. Sorry for the inconvenience. 🙁
When taken correctly and consistently, birth control pills are highly effective at preventing pregnancy. Their effectiveness is over 99%, meaning fewer than 1 out of 10 women may get pregnant in a year when using them as directed. However, the pill’s effectiveness can decrease if not taken exactly as prescribed or if certain medications or conditions interfere with its absorption.
For most women, birth control pills are considered safe. However, like any medication, they may have potential risks and side effects. It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider to assess your individual health status and determine if birth control pills are a suitable option for you.
You can start taking birth control pills at any time during your menstrual cycle. If you begin taking them on the first day of your period, you’ll have immediate protection against pregnancy. If you start at any other time during your cycle, it’s recommended to use a backup method (e.g., condoms) for the first seven days.
If you forget to take one or more birth control pills, the steps you need to take depend on the type of pill you are using:
Combination Pills (containing both estrogen and progestin):
If you miss one pill: Take it as soon as you remember, even if it means taking two pills in one day. There is no need for backup contraception.
If you miss two or more pills in a row during the first or second week of your pack: Take the most recent missed pill as soon as possible and continue taking the rest of the pills in the pack as scheduled. Use a backup method of contraception, such as condoms, for the next seven days.
If you miss two or more pills in a row during the third week of your pack: Discard the remaining pills, start a new pack immediately, and skip the placebo pills. Use a backup method of contraception for the next seven days.
Progestin-Only Pills (Mini Pills):
If you miss a pill by more than three hours from your usual time: Take the missed pill as soon as you remember, and take your next pill at your regular time. Use a backup method of contraception for the next 48 hours (two days).
If you miss a pill by less than three hours from your usual time: Take the missed pill as soon as you remember, and there is no need for backup contraception.
Alternatively, you may contact your dedicated pharmacist here.
Yes, birth control pills can cause side effects in some women. Common side effects may include nausea, breast tenderness, headaches, and changes in menstrual bleeding patterns. Most side effects are mild and usually improve after the first few months of use. However, if you experience severe or persistent side effects, contact your healthcare provider.
Yes, certain medications can interfere with the effectiveness of birth control pills. These include some antibiotics, anticonvulsants, antifungals, and herbal supplements. Always inform your healthcare provider about all the medications and supplements you are taking to ensure there are no potential interactions that could reduce the pill’s effectiveness.
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