QueerDoc prescribes certain therapies which require the use of a pharmacy.
QueerDoc prescribes certain therapies which require the use of a pharmacy. Please check with your insurance plan to learn if you are required to use a specific pharmacy. We usually order prescriptions under the diagnosis of “endocrine disorder” not “gender dysphoria”, but some plans may require paperwork which requires us to disclose gender related treatments. Some plans automatically reject payment for “gender-incongruent” treatments. We don’t agree with this, we just want to help you feel as prepared and knowledgeable as possible.
Sometimes local pharmacies don’t carry the medications and/or needles and syringes in their regular stock, so they will have to order them which can cause a a few days of delay. They also might lack cultural sensitivity around gender diversity. The pharmacies below still aren’t as affirming as we want in their paperwork and websites, but they have all worked with QueerDoc and gender diverse folx a fair bit. They all agree to address you and ship meds to the name you chose (although they will still have to confirm your legal name and put that on your prescription bottles).
- Honeybee Health is a cash only, mail order pharmacy and our preferred pharmacy partner. Read more about how Honeybee Health works with us.
- New Era Pharmacy does mail order hormones, including injectables, for a ton of gender diverse people if you want to avoid some the local stresses
- CostPlus Drugs is a cash only, mail order pharmacy who does not have all the injectables, but has other meds at competitive prices
- Local pharmacies frequently give incorrect injection supplies. If you have the money and access to the internet, ordering injection supplies online is an awesome option. Learn more on our Self- Injections Page.
***We recommend using GoodRx.com or the GoodRx app to review cash prices of prescriptions at pharmacies near you and to download coupons