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Birth Control From Your Phone

Get birth control and more from your phone to your door! No in-person visit required. 

Download the app today! 


Birth Control

What you need: Your most recent blood pressure reading.

What you get: Up to a year's supply of birth control + automatic refills. 

What you pay: $20+ per pack—exact pricing depends on your state. 

Emergency Contraception*

What you get: The morning-after-pill, ella®

Important: ella® reduces the chance of becoming pregnant by 85% if taken within five days after unprotected sex.

What you pay: $75 including overnight shipping. 

*Not available in all states. Check app for more details.

UTI Treatment*

What you get: UTI treatment sent to the pharmacy of your choice.

What you pay: $25 consultation fee in the app. You can use your insurance to pay for the medication. 

*Not available in all states. Check app for more details.

How Does It Work?

1. Get the App

Download the Planned Parenthood Direct app on your iPhone or Android device.

2. Answer Health Questions

Answer some questions about yourself so our doctors and nurses can provide the best recommendations for you!

3. Receive Package

Get your prescription delivered to you in a discreet package. Some medicines may also be available for pick up at your local pharmacy. Easy peasy!

Payment Options

Credit Cards and Prepaid Debit Cards

Pay for birth control pills by mail or a small service fee if picking up your prescription at a local pharmacy. 

Medicaid Accepted in Select States

Use your Medicaid plan to cover birth control by mail in California, Michigan, Minnesota, and Washington. 

Commercial Insurance Accepted

Check with your local pharmacy which plans are accepted. 

Planned Parenthood Direct App

Get unlimited access to our expert doctors and nurses. It's reproductive health care anytime, anywhere—no appointment needed. Download the app today.


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