Medically reviewed by Sophia Yen, MD, MPH – Written by Jacquie
The holidays are rolling in fast. A surplus number of customers is going to flood every store, which will amount to treacherous lengthy lines. As if the holidays weren’t stressful enough with shopping for friends and family, us ladies now have to also allocate time to run to our local pharmacies to pick up our birth control! Well, that would be the case if it weren’t for Pandia Health!
There’s one thing everyone can agree on: Waiting in line sucks. There’s nothing worse than working all day just to go to a pharmacy to pick up our birth control and waiting in that dreadfully long line; all we think about is how much longer until we reach home and can finally relax.
You can skip the trip!
Thankfully, it’s 2019 and us women can do much better than waste our time on lines. With Pandia Health, we have the opportunity to have our birth control mailed to our homes!
That’s right! Not only can we choose to skip our period, but also skip the lines too! I know it sounds too good to be true, but I can assure you that it’s very much real.
Pandia delivers your birth control to your house to save you time and convenience. The best part, it’s all done online! No need to make an appointment to go to your doctor’s office to ask for a prescription. No need to plan your schedule around that appointment. With Pandia, you go at what’s convenient for you and your schedule. Whatever time works for you works for Pandia!
Pandia’s Cyber Monday offer you don’t want to miss!
Thanksgiving entails a day of no work and good food. It also brings us two other smaller but still equally glorious days: Black Friday and Cyber Monday! After a hectic day of cooking a surplus amount of food and rethinking your opinions on friends or families over awkward political talk, Black Friday and Cyber Monday gives us a chance to unwind and indulge ourselves in shopping therapy. Black Friday can be fun and all, but remember, we don’t really fancy long lines, so with Cyber Monday we can shop at our convenience at home and online.
So what does Pandia Health have to do with Cyber Monday?
A big misconception about Cyber Monday is that it’s a holiday that’s solely restricted to electronic items; though in all fairness, it does sound like it’s exclusive to electronics, it was originated to encourage people to shop online! It did originate from discounted electronic items, but over time, it transferred from electric items to items you can purchase using your electronics. And guess what? One of those items you can purchase is birth control!
For Cyber Monday, Pandia is treating all of you in California and Florida who do not have insurance with a FREE Online Doctor Consult!
Not only this will save you time skipping the trip to the doctor’s and the pharmacy, but you will also save $29!
Just click here to get started! And make sure you share with your BFs and sisters!
What’s to expect from your online birth control shopping?
Getting your birth control online is easier than you think!
There are only two things you need to know before signing up online: your blood pressure and heart rate. If you don’t know these, you can always head down to a pharmacy to find out these numbers! It’s one last trip to the pharmacy before saying goodbye.
After finding out your blood pressure and heart rate, use your computer or your mobile to go to the Pandia Health website. With one click, you will begin the quick process of creating your account!
Make sure you have an email you can use to create a profile and so we can send you updates about Pandia Health and anything regarding your prescriptions!
After entering your email, just follow the steps guiding you through the online consultation. Pandia’s doctors will review the information to prescribe the best birth control for you.
Finish by filling in your delivery information so Pandia can mail your birth control directly to you!
Before you know it, you’ll be done in no time. And you can continue your #CyberMonday shopping!
The above information is for general informational purposes only and is NOT a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your doctor/primary care provider before starting or changing treatment.