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Online sexual health care

Take charge of your sexual health today. Book an appointment today to consult with our sexual health clinicians online for screenings, clinical advice, and prescriptions.

  • Online same day sexual health appointments

  • Available nationwide, with licensed sexual health medical providers

  • Medications available for pharmacy pickup

  • United Healthcare
  • Humana
  • Aetna

3 steps to better sexual health care

  • Book a sexual health appointment.

    Step 1

    Book a sexual health appointment.

    Book your same day appointment from anywhere.

  • Talk to your sexual health clinician.

    Step 2

    Talk to your sexual health clinician.

    Visit with a medical provider on your smartphone or computer.

  • Pick up your sexual health prescriptions.

    Step 3

    Pick up your sexual health prescriptions.

    We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy.

  • Book a sexual health appointment.

    Step 1

    Book a sexual health appointment.

    Book your same day appointment from anywhere.

  • Talk to your sexual health clinician.

    Step 2

    Talk to your sexual health clinician.

    Visit with a medical provider on your smartphone or computer.

  • Pick up your sexual health prescriptions.

    Step 3

    Pick up your sexual health prescriptions.

    We can send prescriptions to any local pharmacy.

Sexual health care pricing details

How our pricing works

To get top-quality sexual health care services, join our monthly membership and get discounted visits.

Paying with insurance

Membership

$14.99/month

First month free

First visit

Copay

For all visits

30 days of free membership

  • Same-day appointments 7 days a week
  • Unlimited messages with your 24/7 Care Team
  • Prescription discount card to save up to 80%
  • Exclusive discounts on lab tests
  • Free memberships for your family
  • Cancel anytime

Visit price with insurance

Often the same as an office visit. Most patients with in-network insurance pay $30 or less!

  • We accept these insurance plans and many more:
    • Humana
    • Aetna
    • United Healthcare

Paying without insurance

Membership

$14.99/month

First month free

First visit

$129

Repeats only $69

30 days of free membership

  • Same-day appointments 7 days a week
  • Unlimited messages with your 24/7 Care Team
  • Prescription discount card to save up to 80%
  • Exclusive discounts on lab tests
  • Free memberships for your family
  • Cancel anytime

Visit price without insurance

Initial visits are $129 and follow-ups are only $69 for active members.

Book an appointment

If we're unable to treat you, we'll provide a full refund.

Sexual health care services

Book an appointment today with our best-in-class sexual health care providers and pick up same-day prescriptions at your local pharmacy. We encourage a safe space for patient-centered communication so you can always speak candidly and honestly about sex, sexual orientation, or gender.

We’re dedicated to delivering sexual health services in a way that works for you, working together to find you the right fit. Some of our diverse sexual health offerings include:

  • Birth control

    In addition to helping prevent pregnancy, some types of birth control can also help treat certain health problems or provide other health benefits — like making periods lighter and less painful. Birth control isn’t one-size-fits-all.

    Learn more about birth control options.
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

    Our sexual health providers offer sex-positive testing, diagnosis, and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Regular STI testing and early treatment can help you stay safe and prevent the spread of STIs in our communities.

    Learn more about our STI testing and treatment plans.
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

    PrEP is a daily medication that reduces the risk of HIV infection by up to 99%. 95% of our patients pay nothing for PrEP.

    Learn more about PrEP prescriptions.
  • Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)

    PEP is a medication taken in emergency situations after a potential exposure to HIV. PEP must be started within 72 hours (3 days) after a possible HIV exposure.

    Learn more about PEP prescriptions.
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

    If you feel ready to begin treatment, we’re here for you. Our sexual health medical providers will explain your treatment options and can refer you to a specialist to provide the monitoring and support you need to help bring HIV down to “undetectable.”

    Learn more about HIV treatment.
  • Hepatitis C (HCV)

    Almost everyone living with hepatitis C (HCV) can now be cured with an 8 to 12 week, once-a-day medication. You can consult with a doctor to discuss treatment options, learn how to prevent reinfection, and get referred to a specialist for further support.

  • *We can only refill certain medications. Refills are dependent on an evaluation with a medical provider.

    Sexual health ratings and reviews

    We’ve prescribed and treated over 415,000 patients.

    • Amazing doctors!

      5 stars

      So happy I came across this app. I have a cold and I didn’t want to spend two hours at urgent care. I was able to get an appointment the same day. Doctor was very friendly and efficient and the best thing is I didn’t have to leave my home.

      N.B., Sept 2021

    • Plushcare Please Don't Change A Thing!

      5 stars

      I came to Plushcare for routine meds when COVID first hit, but have now chosen a primary care physician who is the kindest, most concerned and helpful doctor I have ever worked with.

      J.P., Apr 2022

    • Very convenient from the comfort of…

      5 stars

      Very convenient from the comfort of your home, and flexible appointment availability! The doctor actually made the right (and critical) diagnosis and sent me to my specialist, who confirmed her online diagnosis. Very, very satisfied.

      G.T., Apr 2022

    • Five star service from the comfort of my home

      5 stars

      I was debating whether going to an Emergency room or having a dispatch physician come to my home for an eye infection. I have a toddler and with everything going on with Covid I couldn’t take the chances of going to the ER. After some research I came across PlushCare — the doctor was extremely knowledgeable and he sent my prescription to the pharmacy even before we finished our call.

      T.R., Jan 2022

    • My fantastic experience with Plush Care!

      5 stars

      My experience with Plush Care was amazing. I was able to get an appointment within 30 min of first logging in & my physician was extremely helpful & knowledgeable. I have already shared my experience with family & friends. It was the most relaxed, convenient appointment I've ever had & will definitely be using this service again.

      L.D., Dec 2021

    Benefits of maintaining your sexual health

    Taking care of sexual health enables individuals to take charge of their reproductive health as well as their emotional well-being and mental health surrounding their intimate relationships. Several pieces contribute to staying sexually healthy, some of which include education, safety, and communication, with both healthcare providers and intimate partners. Our board-certified healthcare providers make it easy to maintain your sexual health online from wherever you are, whenever is most convenient for you.

  • Education

    Education

    Taking sexual education into your own hands not only helps protect you from unintended pregnancy and STIs, but can also help you learn about sexual preferences and develop healthy intimate relationships. Sexual education empowers individuals to be aware of their sexual rights and remain sexually healthy and safe throughout their lifetime.

  • Safety

    Safety

    Maintaining your sexual health requires preventing adverse outcomes related to sexual intercourse, such as sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy. For birth control, hormonal methods such as the pill, patch, ring, and IUD, are great options for women who want to have greater control over their reproductive health.

    These hormonal contraceptive methods are very effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy when used as prescribed, however, these methods do not protect individuals from the spread of STIs. Our sexual health care providers can help advise you about STI prevention, test for STIs, and prescribe STI treatment.

  • Communication

    Communication

    If you're a sexually active individual, it’s vital to keep communication with your doctors and healthcare team. Open communication with your intimate partners also can empower you to have pleasurable and safe sexual experiences. While it may feel uncomfortable to discuss such an intimate topic, open communication with your healthcare provider allows them to provide you with informed, effective care.

    You may find it easier and more comfortable to have these conversations with our board-certified sexual health clinicians online. Our online sexual health services offer scheduling flexibility and are easily accessible no matter where you are, making it easy to maintain your sexual health care discreetly, if you prefer.

    It is especially important to consult a doctor if you are considering hormonal birth control or suspect exposure to STIs. With an accurate idea of your health background and current lifestyle, our sexual health care clinicians can provide you with the best treatment and preventative options.

  • Wellbeing

    Wellbeing

    Sexual health encompasses not only your physical health, but your mental and emotional health as well. Taking control of your sexual health plays a major role in improving your mental, physical, and emotional well being surrounding human sexuality and sexual expression.

  • Sexual health FAQs

    • What is sexual health?

      According to the World Health Organization, the concept of sexual health includes a person’s physical, mental, emotional, and social well being in regards to sexuality. Sexual health does not simply refer to one’s physical health condition. It encompasses sexual relationships, safety, and positivity as well.

    • Why is sexual health important?

      It is important to look at sexual relationships and sexuality with a positive and respectful approach to endorse healthy, safe sexual behavior. Taking charge of your sexual health does not only benefit your physical health, but also can help improve your overall health, including your mental and emotional well being.

    • What kind of doctor covers sexual health?

      Although you can get specialized health care pertaining to sexual health from urologists and OB/GYNs, our primary care providers can also address your needs. Primary care providers can educate you with sexual health information and resources, address reproductive health concerns, prescribe birth control, create treatment plans pertaining to sexually transmitted infections, and more.

    • How do you improve sexual health?

      There are many factors that contribute to your sexual health. Developing healthy relationships, respecting the sexual rights of others, taking care of your physical and mental health, and engaging in safe sexual experiences are all parts of improving sexual health. Talk to one of our primary care or mental health care providers to receive personalized treatment options and learn more about the many ways you can improve your sexual health.

    • When is sexual health month?

      The American Sexual Health Association celebrates Sexual Health Month every September. Sexual Health Month, or Sexual Health Awareness Month, does not only help promote safe sexual behavior, but also brings awareness to sexual rights, sexuality, sexual expression, and more.

    • How do I know if I am sexually healthy?

      A sexually healthy life depends on many factors including being well-informed, engaging in safe sexual experiences, open communication with intimate partners and health care providers, and more. Check in with one of our sexual health clinicians online to learn how to take care of and maintain your sexual health.

    Sexual health resources

    • How Do You Know If You Have an STD?

      Sexually transmitted diseases are some of the most common diseases you can contract. Studies suggest that more than half of all people will get a sexually transmitted disease...

    • How Often Should You Get Tested for STDs?

      Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) remain one of the most common health challenges in the United States. According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

    • How Long Are Cold Sores Contagious?

      Cold sores are typically contagious for a two-week period. The most contagious times for a cold sore are when the blisters begin to show up and after they burst, releasing their clear fluid...