The easiest way to order your contraceptive pill

Did you know you can now set your prescribed pill on auto-pilot and get it refilled & delivered monthly? Find out why thousands of Aussie women are getting their pill on Rosemary.
  • 30+ pill brands available.
  • Free follow ups, free shipping.
  • Renew prescription online.

The easiest way to order your contraceptive pill

Did you know you can now set your prescribed pill on auto-pilot and get it refilled & delivered monthly? Find out why thousands of Aussie women are getting their pill on Rosemary.
  • 30+ pill brands available.
  • Free follow ups, free shipping.
  • Renew prescription online.

Access top Australian doctors
Competitive pharmacy prices
Free Shipping & ongoing care

5 reasons why Aussies love Rosemary Health

1. Renew your existing script with a 5 minute questionnaire.
Answer some questions about your health and brand preferences. It takes 5 minutes to complete and you can do it on your phone or computer anytime, anywhere. No video calls or appointments needed.
2. Same low pharmacy prices.
Over 30 brands of birth control pills at the same low pharmacy prices. Search for your medication to check out our pill prices.
3. Pill delivered. On time, with free shipping.
Get the pill shipped to your door on time with free shipping. Never worry about running out again! You can pause shipments, order early and cancel at any time.
4. Reach out to your doctor at any time.
Experiencing changes or new side effects? It's easy to speak to your medical care team, including a doctor to get ongoing professional medical advice from the comfort of your home.
5. Access over 25 other primary care services.
Birth control isn't all we help with. We also offer quality and accessible care for conditions below:
Every day care
  • Acne
  • Contraceptives
  • Cold Sores
  • Hay fever
  • Hair Loss
  • Heartburn
  • Menopause
  • Migraine
  • Sleep & Insomnia
Chronic conditions
  • Weight loss
  • Blood Pressure & Heart
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Gout
  • Incontinence
  • Lungs & Asthma
  • Mental Health
  • Osteoporosis
  • Hypothyroidism
Sexual health
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Herpes
Every day care
  • Acne
  • Contraceptives
  • Cold Sores
  • Hay fever
  • Hair Loss
  • Heartburn
  • Menopause
  • Migraine
  • Sleep & Insomnia
Chronic conditions
  • Weight loss
  • Blood Pressure & Heart
  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Gout
  • Incontinence
  • Lungs & Asthma
  • Mental Health
  • Osteoporosis
  • Hypothyroidism
Sexual health
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Herpes
Evidence based medication
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Unlimited ongoing medical care
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Up to
10%
body weight lost*
*if assessed to be appropriate by your GP. Results may vary.

No more waiting rooms

Rosemary connects doctors to you in a 100% online, text-based consult. Simple. The way it should be.
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What is Contraception?

Contraception is any method used to prevent pregnancy. Contraceptive methods can be used by both males and females, although females have a greater number of options available to them, particularly in Australia with the PBS.


How does Contraception work?

In order to become pregnant, a sperm cell must reach and fertilise the egg. The fertilised egg must then successfully attach to the uterus for pregnancy to occur. Contraceptive methods, such as the combined oral contraceptive and progesterone-only pills, aim to disrupt this process at various places in order to avoid pregnancy.

All people will have slightly different experiences with each contraceptive. One that is perfect for one person may not be viable for another. For this reason, there are many different methods, strengths of medicines, devices and ways to prevent pregnancy.

Rosemary doctors can help by making access to birth control pills much easier.  

Contraception methods include: 

  • Male condom 
  • The pill/ oral contraceptive - available on Rosemary
  • The progestogen-only pill / mini pill - available on Rosemary
  • Vaginal ring 
  • Hormone injection 
  • Contraceptive implant
  • IUD (copper or hormonal)
  • Diaphragm
  • Fertility awareness 
  • Withdrawal method 
  • Emergency contraception
What are some of the common side effects of the pill?

Some women won’t experience any side effects from taking the contraceptive pill, while others will. Possible side effects include nausea, spotting, enlarged breasts, weight gain, sore breasts, headaches and mood changes.

While some nausea is common, shortness of breath and severe stomach, leg, chest or abdominal pain can be a sign of a medical emergency. If you experience any of these, seek emergency help by calling an ambulance on triple zero (000).

If the pill you have been prescribed is not well tolerated, speak to your doctor about trying a different type of pill.

No more waiting rooms

We've made waiting rooms obsolete. Rosemary brings the doctor to you in a 100% online, text-based consult. Simple. The way it should be.

Eligible patients
The service is for patients who are already taking a particular medication prescribed by their GP and need a repeat supply.
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Controlled medications
Our doctors cannot prescribe Schedule 8 Controlled Drug medications and certain drugs of addiction via telehealth so you will not find it in our medications list.
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Restricted medication for anxiety and sleep (Benzodiazepines), such diazepam (valium), temazepam, clonazepam (rivitrol, paxam), zolpidem (stilnox, ambien), oxazepam (serepax), nitrazepam (mogadon), lorazepam (ativan), flunitrazepam (hypnodorm), alprazolam (xanax, kalma), clobazam (frisium), zoplicone (zolpidem), suvorexant (belsomra).
What is Contraception?

Contraception is any method used to prevent pregnancy. Contraceptive methods can be used by both males and females, although females have a greater number of options available to them, particularly in Australia with the PBS.


How does Contraception work?

In order to become pregnant, a sperm cell must reach and fertilise the egg. The fertilised egg must then successfully attach to the uterus for pregnancy to occur. Contraceptive methods, such as the combined oral contraceptive and progesterone-only pills, aim to disrupt this process at various places in order to avoid pregnancy.

All people will have slightly different experiences with each contraceptive. One that is perfect for one person may not be viable for another. For this reason, there are many different methods, strengths of medicines, devices and ways to prevent pregnancy.

Rosemary doctors can help by making access to birth control pills much easier.  

Contraception methods include: 

  • Male condom 
  • The pill/ oral contraceptive - available on Rosemary
  • The progestogen-only pill / mini pill - available on Rosemary
  • Vaginal ring 
  • Hormone injection 
  • Contraceptive implant
  • IUD (copper or hormonal)
  • Diaphragm
  • Fertility awareness 
  • Withdrawal method 
  • Emergency contraception
What are some of the common side effects of the pill?

Some women won’t experience any side effects from taking the contraceptive pill, while others will. Possible side effects include nausea, spotting, enlarged breasts, weight gain, sore breasts, headaches and mood changes.

While some nausea is common, shortness of breath and severe stomach, leg, chest or abdominal pain can be a sign of a medical emergency. If you experience any of these, seek emergency help by calling an ambulance on triple zero (000).

If the pill you have been prescribed is not well tolerated, speak to your doctor about trying a different type of pill.

Treatment plans.

All of our treatment plans come with free delivery and unlimited support with your doctor that can help to tweak your treatment to best suit you. You can pause, cancel or reorder at any time.
Topical Minoxidil 5%
Non-prescription Minoxidil helps regrow hair or slow the rate of hair loss. It comes as a liquid, foam or shampoo.
Oral Prescriptions
Taken as a daily pill, oral medication slow hair loss, and may encourage new hair growth.
Combination treatments
A doctor can evaluate your condition with these 2 treatment options in conjunction with each other.

What to expect

1-2 months: Save it
There will likely be no visible change in the first 2 months. This is temporary & normal.
3-6 months: Regrow it
At this point, it may become noticeable that hair loss has slowed or stopped, or in some cases even reversed. Continue to take photos to track your progress.
6 months and beyond
By now, hair loss may have considerably slowed or stopped, and some people may see signs of regrowth (usually at the crown of the head). Consistent daily treatment is required to maintain results and increase the chance of regrowth.
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Treatment plans.

All of our treatment plans come with free delivery and unlimited support with your doctor. The plan duration is determined by your doctor and your medication will be billed and shipped every 2 months.
Oral Tablets - $17.50/month
Includes oral antibiotics that can reduce inflammation and help control acne-causing bacteria.
Topical Cream - $37.50/month
Includes prescription retinoids to reduce redness and swelling, and AZA acid for acne-causing bacteria.
Combination - $42/month
A doctor can evaluate your condition with these 2 treatment options in conjunction with each other.

Real, unfiltered results

Read what our patients are saying about their experience with us.
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Patients love using Rosemary.

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Frequently asked questions.

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Why choose Rosemary?

We want all Aussies to have easy access to personalised, high-quality care, whenever and wherever they need it.
Rosemary Health
In person
No booked out appointments
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From the comfort of your own home
Medication straight to your door
900+ branded & generic medications
Unlimited doctor and nurse aftercare messaging
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Automatic refills and treatment deliveries

Ongoing care from a team of leading medical practitioners

Our team of qualified doctors, nurses and pharmacists manage your ongoing healthcare needs, offering you a clinic and pharmacist in one place and seamless healthcare at your fingertips.

Meet our doctors
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