Why Nurx?

  • Free, fast shipping with automatic refills
  • FDA approved medication for $0 with most insurance plans & affordable out-of-pocket prices
  • Unlimited messaging for one year with licensed providers

Product details

Gianvi is a combination pill that is designed to prevent pregnancy and contains the hormones progestin and estrogen. Gianvi packs of 28-day tablets contain 24 light pink tablets and four inert white tablets.

Gianvi mainly works by preventing the release of an egg and preventing the attachment of a fertilized egg to the uterus. Gianvi thickens vaginal fluid to help prevent sperm from reaching the egg. This medication may also be used to treat PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder) and moderate acne. Our team at Nurx can prescribe Gianvi at special request, or can offer the generic equivalent Nikki for as low as $0 with insurance or as little as $20 without insurance.

Additional Details


We are doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and physician assistants who are passionate about providing patient care. The Nurx medical team believes that everyone deserves access to personalized, non-judgmental healthcare, and that open and honest communication is key.
Dr. Nancy Shannon

How It Works

You Choose
Select your medication, or get guidance from our medical team. Answer a few questions and enter your insurance info (if you have coverage - if not, no problem)
We Prescribe
A Nurx provider in your state will review your request and write a prescription, if appropriate
Delivered Free
We deliver your medication directly to you. On time, in a discreet package, and with no added costs

As Seen On


“Demand for Nurx’s services skyrocketed — order volume for emergency contraception, birth control, sexually transmitted infection tests grew 40%, 50% and 100%, respectively. Its total sales climbed 80% year-over-year in 2020”

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“For $35, all patients with mild to moderate acne—whether they’re insured or not—can receive an initial medical consultation, home delivery of medications, and a 10-week follow-up.”

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