Birth Control with No Copay?
Yes! If you enroll in a health insurance plan before Dec. 15, 2017. You can even enroll at Planned Parenthood!
At Planned Parenthood we believe that everyone is entitled to a happy, healthy sex life. If you don’t want to get pregnant right now, we want to help you get on a form of birth control that fits your body and your lifestyle.
The birth control implant (AKA Nexplanon) is a tiny, thin rod about the size of a matchstick.
Birth control pills are a kind of medicine with hormones that you take every day to prevent pregnancy.
The birth control ring (AKA NuvaRing) is a safe, simple, and affordable birth control method that you wear inside your vagina.
The transdermal contraceptive patch is a safe, simple, and affordable birth control method that you wear on the skin of your belly, upper arm, butt, or back.
The depo shot (AKA Depo-Provera) is an injection you get from a nurse or doctor once every 3 months.
A cervical cap is a little cup made from soft silicone and shaped like a sailor's hat.
A diaphragm is a form of birth control that’s a shallow cup shaped like a little saucer that's made of soft silicone.
Condoms are thin, stretchy pouches that you wear on your penis during sex.
Female condoms are an alternative to regular condoms. They provide pretty much the same great protection from pregnancy and STDs.
Fertility awareness methods (FAMs) are ways to track your ovulation so you can prevent pregnancy.
An IUD is a tiny device that’s inserted in your uterus to prevent pregnancy. It’s long-term, reversible, and one of the most effective birth control methods out there.
Sterilization is a procedure that closes or blocks your fallopian tubes so you cant get pregnant. Your tubes are where the eggs and sperm meet.
Vasectomy — also called male sterilization — is a surgical procedure. It is meant to protect against pregnancy permanently, so it’s super effective.
Emergency contraception can stop a pregnancy before it starts.
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