Cost & insurance
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FAQ
FAQs - Birth control shot (Depo-Provera)
What if I can't afford the shot?
I can't afford it.
FAQ
FAQs - Health care
How does the Affordable Care Act affect my birth control?
FAQ
FAQs - Birth control ring
How much does the ring cost?
Birth control
One-dose emergency contraception goes generic
Next Choice One Dose hit the U.S. market earlier this month.
IUD
Evelyn, 28, IUD
My partner does not feel the strings.
FAQ
FAQs - Birth control
Are over-the-counter birth control methods covered by health insurance?
Birth control
It's official! Oregon pharmacists can prescribe birth control
If you live in Oregon, you may be able to get the pill, the patch, or the ring straight from the pharmacy.
Birth control
Yay! Pharmacists in California can prescribe birth control too now
More good news from the left coast: Californians can get the pill, the patch, the ring, or the shot prescribed directly at the pharmacy.
Emergency contraception
The new rules for emergency contraception
Make sure you're up to speed on who, what, when, where, and how to get emergency contraception in the U.S.
Emergency contraception
The girl’s guide to getting emergency contraception
We bought three kinds of emergency contraception so you don’t have to. (Unless you do, and then you’ll have all the details.)
Emergency contraception
Introducing ella: A new emergency contraceptive available in the U.S.
It’s here! You’ve got another choice when it comes to EC and it goes by the name ella.
FAQ
FAQs - Birth control
I thought birth control was free with insurance—why am I still paying out-of-pocket for it?
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