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The pill is a hormonal birth control that you take every day. There are different kinds with different amounts of hormones, and overall, the pill is about 91% effective. It's also very affordable and can even be free with insurance.
The patch is a little square that you wear on your body and change weekly. It contains hormones, is about 91% effective, and can cost between $0 and $150.
The ring is a flexible circle that gets inserted into the vagina and gets replaced on a monthly basis. It contains hormones, is about 91% effective, and can cost between $0 and $200.
The shot is a hormone that is injected into your arm or butt cheek once every 3 months. It contains hormones, is about 94% effective and can cost between $0 and $150.
Whether you get an IUD or an implant, once inserted, you don’t have to worry about birth control for years. Insurance can make these options affordable, but without it, they could cost up to $1,300.
Emergency birth control can be used up to five days after sex if you think you might get pregnant (if you didn’t use birth control or your birth control failed). Your options for emergency birth control are a pill or a copper IUD.
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