Birth Control

Get assessed by your pharmacist for a prescription for (hormonal) birth control.

$39 Per Consultation

Review your health history with a pharmacist to receive a prescription and medication for birth control, all in one visit.

Requesting a Scripted consultation is really, really easy.


You can book your visit online in a snap.

Or, walk-in to your local Scripted pharmacy any time and scan the QR code on the Scripted poster near the pharmacy counter.

Select a treatment and complete a digital self-assessment including medical history, symptoms, medications.

A pharmacist will have an in person consultation with you in the pharmacy.

If appropriate, the pharmacist will issue you a new prescription and fill or administer treatment in the same visit.

What is birth control?

Prescription birth control is most commonly used as a method to prevent pregnancy. However, there are other reasons that a woman may use birth control, including treatment of gynecological conditions, such as endometriosis. Severe hormonal acne, very heavy and painful periods, and migraines associated with periods may also be reasons that birth control is used. 

Getting access to hormonal birth control via the pharmacy is often one of easiest ways for women to access cheap birth control.

What you should know

Our platform guides pharmacists to look at the answers you provide to our self-assessment questions to decide if you are an eligible candidate.

We use evidence based guidelines and protocols to ask you the right questions that will assess whether it’s safe for your pharmacist to prescribe or if you should be referred to a doctor, nurse, or specialist.

Birth Control FAQ's

Prescription birth control is most commonly used as a method to prevent pregnancy. However, there are other reasons that a woman may use birth control, including treatment of gynecological conditions, such as endometriosis. Severe hormonal acne, very heavy and painful periods, and migraines associated with periods may also be reasons that birth control is used. 

Common side effects associated with prescription birth control include nausea, weight gain, breast pain or tenderness, anxiety, depression, and break-through bleeding in between periods. 

Can I be seen through Scripted for birth control?

Most women can get birth control through Scripted.

Take a look at the eligibility summary below to see if you are a candidate or if you should be seen by a doctor:

Get Started with Scripted

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