Almost any pill-form medication you take daily can go into a PillPack. There are some exceptions, though, and we'll deliver these to you either in bottles or in their original packaging.
Pills that can't go in packets
How we'll deliver them to you
|Meds that come in blister packs, like birth control||Original packaging|
|Dissolvable tablets, like Saphris||Original packaging|
|Gummies and certain chewables||Bottles|
|Certain probiotic capsules, like Fem-Dophilus||Bottles|
|Refrigerated items||Temperature-controlled packaging|
Depending on which state you live in, there may also be laws that require us to send certain meds in bottles. For example, in Delaware, New York, and Rhode Island we don't pre-sort any controlled medications into packets.
If you have questions about whether your medication can go into packets, please contact us.
Other state restrictions may affect how you receive your medication. For example, Georgia and Wisconsin require signatures for all shipments with controlled substances. Read more about monthly deliveries if you have other questions about how we send your medications.