Delaying a Period
About delaying a period
Sometimes a menstrual period will be due at an inconvenient time- a special occasion, a holiday, a wedding or a university examination. It can be useful to postpone the period by a few weeks, until the timing is more acceptable. There are a few ways this can be achieved.
Our products & prices
If you’d like to try a medication to delay your period, Qoctor will guide you through the process of getting an online prescription to help.
You can choose to have a paper prescription sent to your home, workplace or local pharmacy. Or for added convenience, order your medication online- Qoctor can send it to you via express delivery, wherever you are in Australia!
- Qoctor’s online doctor fee is just $19.99- this includes standard postage for your prescription or medication
- If you’re just getting a paper prescription, that’s it!
- If you order medication for delivery, the pharmacy price of the product you choose will make up the rest of the cost
- If you want express delivery, it’s an extra $4.99
- And we’ll always let you know about cheaper generic versions, where available!
Simply select the medication from the list below, and we’ll take you through a few questions to ensure it’s a good choice for you.
Health Library- Delaying a Period
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