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Birth Control

According to our records, you’re due to renew your birth control prescription.

As you may know, certain types of birth control like the pill, patch, injection, and vaginal ring require a prescription. You can get a prescription from a private doctor’s office, a health clinic, or your nearest Planned Parenthood health center.
During your visit, a clinician will talk with you about your medical history, check your blood pressure, and can perform a medical exam if you need one. The clinician will help you decide what type of birth control is best for you based on your medical history.
Many insurance plans, including Medicaid, cover Planned Parenthood services and prescriptions. If health insurance is not an option for you, we can help get you set up with state or locally funded programs that help cover the cost of your birth control.


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