With PlushCare’s online birth control prescription service, you can talk to a doctor about your birth control options and get a prescription sent to your pharmacy. Whether you’ve been taking birth control for years or are just starting, getting a birth control prescription online is convenient, affordable and private.See our FAQs
Birth Control Pill Options
Birth control pills are the most commonly used form of birth control. The pill needs to be taken daily around the same time. There are two main types of pills:
Combination birth control pills: Aubra, Ortho Tri-Cyclen, Mylan, YAZ, Loryna, Chateal, Sprintec, Apri, Trinessa, Yasmin, Junel, Lutera, Aviane
Progestin-only birth control pills: Camila, Errin, Norethindrone, Heather, Nor-Q, Micronor
Be open with your doctor about what you hope to gain from your pills beyond preventing pregnancy. Some pills can help reduce acne, while others are better at regulating your cycle, or controlling PMS symptoms. Read more about how birth control pills work here.
There are no shortage of options when it comes to birth control. In fact, there are little hundreds of options. Speaking with your doctor about your existing medical conditions, desired outcomes and personal needs will ensure you find the best option. Even effectiveness varies!
The Birth Control Implant | 0.05% chance of pregnancy
Intrauterine Device or IUD | 0.2-0.8% chance of pregnancy
The Birth Control Shot | 6% chance of pregnancy
Birth Control Patch | 9% chance of pregnancy
The Birth Control Sponge | 9% chance of pregnancy
NuvaRing | 2% chance of pregnancy
Pick up at these and thousands of other pharmacies nationwide
Birth Control Costs
The Affordable HealthCare Act (ACA) added contraception to a list of preventative services that must be provided without co-payment. It also requires insurance providers to provide contraceptives at no cost to patients. This means if you’re insured you can get birth control completely free.
For those without health insurance the cost of birth control varies depending on the method. Talk to your doctor about the pricing of different birth control options to see which works for you. Generally, one month of birth control pills can cost between $0 to $50.
1. Schedule an appointment from your phone
2. Speak with a doctor for 15 minutes
3. Pick up your prescription from a pharmacy near you
"Quick appts and very professional and thorough doctors. This is a great service and they take insurance!" -Tara M.
Jul 8th, 2019
"I'm a busy guy with work often finding myself out of area. I've used PlushCare a couple of times and couldn't be happier. Doctors are always nice and professional and appointments are easy to get." -John D.
Jun 13, 2019
"After my appointment was completed my prescription was available immediately…. My doctor wants to help me with both my ongoing condition maintenance as well as other health concerns I have." -Eric E.
Mar 11th, 2019