Birth Control

Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota prescribed over 325,000 units of birth control last year.

The expert doctors, nurses, and staff at Planned Parenthood are YOUR allies in finding a birth control method that works for you, your body, and your lifestyle.

Learn more about how to find the birth control method that fits your needs from Lisa, Planned Parenthood APN/PA Director and Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner.

Watch more videos about birth control methods from Planned Parenthood nurses:

The Birth Control Pill: How It Works, Benefits, Side Effects

The Birth Control Ring (or NuvaRing): How it Works, Benefits, and Side Effects

The Birth Control Shot (or Depo-Provera): How it Works, Benefits, and Side Effects

Intrauterine Devices (IUD) Benefits, Side Effects, Where to Get an IUD

Information on more methods available in Planned Parenthood's Health Topics Library.

As a result of the new health care law, sometimes called Obamacare, most health insurance plans offer birth control without co-pays
or deductibles. Planned Parenthood accepts insurance and has payment options to meet everyone’s needs.

If you're concerned about being able to afford birth control and other basic reproductive health care, learn more about low to no-cost birth control options.


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