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There are many different types of birth control that are available to women. The most popular is the birth control pill, including combination pills with estrogen and progestin, and the progestin only pill.
You can book an appointment, speak with a physician online and pick up your prescription from any local pharmacy. It’s easy to discuss your needs and get personalized treatment with PlushCare doctors.
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Birth Control Implant
Can cost $0-$1300
Lasts up to 5 years
Birth Control Shot
Can cost $0-$150
Get Every 3 months
Birth Control Patch
Can cost $0-$150
Intrauterine Device (IUD)
Can cost $0-$1300
Lasts up to 3 to 12 years
Can cost $0-$200
Birth Control Pill
Can cost $0-$50
Take every day
You can get prescribed birth control online from an online doctor. During an online consultation you’ll discuss your medical history, lifestyle and your preferred method of birth control, the doctor will then recommend a birth control method and can write a prescription for birth control pills, when appropriate. They will electronically send this prescription to the pharmacy of your choice where you can go pick it up.
You can get birth control without going to the doctor by speaking to a doctor online instead. To get a birth control prescription from the comfort of your home book an online appointment. The online doctor will electronically send your prescription to your pharmacy where you can go pick it up.
Condoms and spermicide are the only form of birth control you can get over the counter. Other methods of birth control, such a pills, require a prescription. Some forms of birth control, such as an IUD, must be implanted by a doctor.
After speaking to a doctor about your birth control needs you can get prescribed. At PlushCare we often have same-day appointments available and the average birth control appointment lasts less than 15 minutes. The doctor will send your birth control prescription to the pharmacy of your choice immediately following your appointment.
Yes. The pharmacy at Walmart carries many types of birth control pills. You will need your doctor to send your birth control prescription to Walmart before you can pick it up.
If you have health insurance you can get birth control at no cost. The Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to cover the cost of contraceptives. If you are uninsured you can get birth control for as little as $18/month.
It typically takes 7 days for birth control to begin working. This will depend on the method of birth control. Be sure to talk with your doctor about how long your birth control will take to work.
There are many kinds of birth control available. It is important to talk to you doctor about what method will work best for you. Some of the most popular methods are the pill, implant, intrauterine devide (IUD), shot, vaginal ring, and patch.
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Visit with a doctor on your smartphone or computer.
We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy or by mail.
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