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Birth Control Refills in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota

Keeping track of your birth control should be convenient and easy. If you received care in Minnesota, North Dakota, or South Dakota, whether online or in person at one of our health centers, there are a few ways to request and receive your birth control refills.

We offer refills by mail with free shipping for the pill, patch, or ring. Learn more about other convenient options.

Ways to Get your Birth Control

By Mail

You can get your birth control by mail, shipped directly to your door for free. Orders are typically processed within 24-48 hours and you’ll receive your birth control in the mail within 3-5 business days. Due to current delays, you may receive your birth control after this window of time. You can always pick up your birth control refill at your nearest health center to avoid delays.

Pick-up at Health Center

If you need your prescription sooner, refills may be picked up anytime a health center is open. To reduce your wait time, we encourage you to request your prescription at least one business day ahead of time.

Screening for symptoms and a temperature check are required if you visit a health center.

How to Request a Refill

  1. Visit your patient portal and log in.

(Don't have a patient portal account? Call 1-800-230-7526 to get started)

  1. Click on the purple "Ask A Question" button.
  2. Select "Birth Control Refill" from the list of options. You will then be prompted to write a message to a provider.
  3. Write a message that includes:

    a.  Your name
    b.  Birth control method
    c.  EITHER your shipping address OR the Planned Parenthood health center where you'd like to pick up your prescription.

Call The Refill Line

The easiest and fastest way to request a refill is through the patient portal.

  1. Call 1-855-831-6346 and follow the prompts.
  2. Say your first name, date of birth, and phone number.
    • For free shipping and delivery, provide an up to date mailing address, including unit or apartment number.
    • For pick-up in a health center, tell us which Planned Parenthood health center location and when you will arrive for pick-up.

Refills at your convenience

Your birth control, your way – because taking care of your sexual health should be easy.

  • Auto Refills: Patients paying with private insurance or out-of-pocket can sign up for auto refills – no calls or messages necessary! All auto refills are delivered by mail and cannot be picked up in person at a health center. 
     
  • Text/Email Reminders: Patients using Medicaid can opt in to receive text and/or email refill reminders, so you never miss a day. 

 

There are three easy ways to sign up for these services:

  1. Request via the patient portal
  2. Enroll at the time of your next appointment at a health center.
  3. Call 1-855-831-6346 and choose option 3 (During business hours)

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