As per recent reports, it has been unveiled that soon women will not have to consult their doctors to obtain contraceptive pills. An all new service is going to be launched soon, as per which the women will be able to receive the drug within two hours.
It has been discovered that in order to obtain the emergency contraceptive pills, women will have to place an order online by filling up a form available on the site DrEd. com.
Further, it has been revealed that the pills will be couriered to the destination within two hours, after the order has been placed. However, it has been illustrated that the pills will not be dispatched until and unless, it has not been assessed by the doctors.
Nevertheless, it has been declared that the pills can even be ordered overnight so as to receive the delivery following morning.
Amit Khutti, founder of DrEd, emphasized that the pill is capable of showing significant results only if, it has been soon. Hence, the service to provide the pills within two hours will help show effective results for sure.
He stated that the company previously was even into the business of dispatching the pills, but previously, the order had to be placed in advance.
However, the step to open up such a service has been opposed and the reason behind the criticism has been termed as the encouragement of under age group sex.
Opposing the statements, Mr. Khutti illustrated that the women below the age of 18 are restricted to order pills from their site, as the registration process demands the age. Moreover, to place the order one needs to have a credit card.
He emphasized that the two factors will discourage sex amongst the young girls. The service will be starting in London this month and if it succeeds then, it will be even launched in other countries soon.
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