Loved the platform for it’s efficient, discreet and non-judgemental approach.
- Dhvani, 24 year old student from Rajasthan
Really glad to have a platform like this! I have had the hassle to find the right gynaec doctor around my place for a while and have had so many doubts regarding sexual health and not getting the right guidance until now.
- Akshata, 28 year old working professional from Bengaluru
The service is amazing. The app is easy to use, delivery was quick and discreet. This has been my most convenient experience to access contraceptive pills.
- Swetha, 21 year old student from Delhi
Prev. is a female sexual and reproductive health service that makes the process of getting access to female contraceptives safe and easy - from finding the right method for you, getting a prescription, ordering via discreet delivery and accessing ongoing medical support, we've got your back for everything!
Our team of highly qualified obstetricians and gynaecologists ensure that each user receives the highest quality, personalised, state-of-the-art care healthcare — always.
Humans are complex, unique and beautiful, so the type of birth control method that’s best for them is ALSO not a black and white option!
There are over 100 different options for birth control out there in the land of pharmaceuticals, but it all comes down to few main types of birth control methods: Female Condoms, Emergency Contraceptive Pill and Oral Contraceptive Pill.
Why are they different? What do these different methods do? And most importantly, how do you know which one is correct for you?
If you’re confused, we get it. But that’s what we’re here for! Take our 30s quiz to know which birth control method is right for you.
Prev. is available throughout India.
Misconceptions regarding contraception use and its effects can often lead to ineffective use of the same. Some may not even consider a specific contraceptive method as an option because of the myths they have heard.
The verdict is that using birth control methods doesn’t cause infertility or severely delay the time by which you can conceive. The only thing you need to be mindful of is which contraceptive is right for you, how long it can take for your body to go back to its natural rhythm and that you consult a doctor before using birth control.