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The patch is a great option for those who prefer not to take a daily pill. Worn on the skin like a bandage, each patch is kept on for a week, then replaced with a new one, with a 1 week break every 3 weeks.
Free standard delivery
Ongoing customer care
Prescribed by a local licensed doctor
Available in 1, 3 or 6 pack bundles at discounted prices
Hassle-free birth control
Here's how it works
You Tell us
Fill in our health questionnaire and speak with one of our doctors.
Our doctor will evaluate your needs and issue a prescription (if appropriate).
We deliver your patch to you in discreet, unbranded packaging.
Next time, simply fill in a short renewal form to get a refill.
Taking care of yourself shouldn't be hard
We make it simple in 3 ways
Request a prescription whenever you want. No more scheduling problems or time-consuming clinic visits.
Save money on clinic consultations, transport, and time off work to see a doctor.
Speak with a doctor online from the comfort and privacy of your home
Not sure what's best for you?
Book a teleconsultation with a doctor to discuss different birth control options, and find what works best for you according to your health history and preferences.
The contraceptive patch at a glance
The contraceptive patch is a type of hormonal contraception. Each patch is kept on for a week, then replaced with a new one, with a 1 week break after every 3 weeks of use.
How does the patch prevent pregnancy?
How effective is the patch?
The contraceptive patch is worn on the skin and contains the same hormones found in birth control pills. It’s small, easy to apply, and lasts for a week, making it one of the most hassle-free options out there.
Used correctly, the patch is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy. However, because many people don’t use the patch correctly (e.g. forgetting to replace it), it can end up being around 91% effective.
What birth control side effects should I expect?
What are the benefits of birth control pills?
Some side effects include headaches, nausea, spotting (light bleeding between periods), breast tenderness, and changes in your periods (it might come early, late, or stop altogether). Good news is that they don’t affect everyone and tend to go away in 2-3 months as your body adjusts to the hormones
The contraceptive patch has many benefits besides pregnancy prevention. It can help prevent or lessen: acne, bone thinning, cysts in your breasts and ovaries, endometrial and ovarian cancers, serious infections in your ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus, iron deficiency (anemia) and PMS.
Frequently asked questions
Can I make an order for someone else?
Unfortunately not. For legal reasons, we need the person who will use the medication or who is undergoing the test to create their own account with their details, and to request the prescription or test kit from us. If your partner, friend or relative needs to use our services, please have them create an account or reach out to us.
Is Ease safe?
How long can I be on the patch? Will I have trouble getting pregnant later on?
As long as there is no medical reason to stop taking the pill, you can be on it for years, whether to regulate your menstrual cycle, treat cramps or prevent pregnancy. The best part? You can stop taking the pill at any point if you decide you do want to get pregnant; there is no change in long-term fertility with the use of birth control pills.
Who prescribes the medication at Ease?
How is birth control from Ease shipped?
- Free Standard (2-3 working days) Delivery delivered via SingPost. Your package will be delivered to your letterbox.
- Free 4-hour delivery from your doctor's appointment or, for renewals and post-appointment medicine purchases, by 3pm the next day.
You can also choose to self-collect your package from our office near Clarke Quay.
Is Ease a clinic or pharmacy?
Where should I wear the patch? Will it fall off?
The patch is very adhesive and rarely comes off. You can go in the shower, swim and exercise whilst wearing. The patch should be applied to clean, dry skin and you should avoid using any creams or lotions near a patch you're already wearing to ensure it sticks as much as possible.