Get the medication you need quickly
without having to visit your GP
We put patient security first to
give you complete peace of mind
FREE standard delivery and
Royal Mail Local Collect®
DrEd has treated 1,000,000
customers since 2011
5th December 2012
– DrEd, an online doctor service, and Shutl, the internet delivery start-up, announced that starting today, Londoners will be able to get impotence medication (Viagra) delivered by bike to their home or office within 2 hours.
30 March 2013
Sugar is the real villain in the fight against obesity, and not fat, as was previously thought. In a new book 'Fat Chance: The Bitter Truth About Sugar', Dr Robert Lustig likens the sweet stuff to drugs such as cocaine and heroin, and says that we must wean ourselves off it.
The DrEd Sexual Health Report Card is the first annual measure of UK universities sexual health facilities. In light of recent government cuts to sexual health services, we decided to create a benchmark, so that universities can track their sexual health services and work to improve their areas of weakness.
Our fast, convenient service is extremely straightforward
and you don't need to visit a doctor to use it.
You'll complete a short online health assessment and choose the medication you need. If you're unsure, our in-house GPs can also recommend the best treatment for you.
Our doctors will review your order, issue your prescription and pass it straight to a pharmacist to be dispensed.
Free First Class delivery is included and next day delivery starts at just £3.99. OR you can collect from any Royal Mail Local Collect® at your convenience.
We take precautions that other online providers don't,
so you’re given a convenient and discreet service.
Orders placed before 4pm will be dispatched the same day.
Available to Collect: Thursday 25 Feb 2016 after 11am
Get an SMS/email to collect from your preferred Royal Mail location
Estimated Delivery: Saturday 27 Feb 2016 - Tuesday 01 Mar 2016
Estimated Delivery: Friday 26 Feb 2016 by 1pm
All of your medication will be delivered in plain, unlabeled
packaging. A signature will be required but it does not
have to be the patient.