Birth Control Options and Contraceptive Counseling.
Where can I get birth control pills? You need a prescription for birth control pills. You can get a prescription from a doctor or nurse at a doctor’s office, health clinic, or your local Planned Parenthood health center. In a few states, you can even get a prescription online or directly from a pharmacist.
Simple Health prescribes your birth control online and ships it to your door, with or without insurance. Skip the office visit and use our doctor-designed consultation, choose from 100 plus brands of birth control, and never worry about your refills again.
UPDATE: Pharmacists in Oregon and California can now prescribe and dispense certain kinds of birth control! Whether you have a prescription from a health care provider or just need to stock up on condoms, your local pharmacy can be a great resource to keep you protected from pregnancy and STIs.
Right now, you can only get pharmacist-prescribed birth control if you live in California, Colorado, Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, and Washington. These states’ laws allow you to bypass a doctor’s visit by giving pharmacists the authority to prescribe and dispense birth control. The laws vary by state, but typically, pharmacists.
How Telemedicine Can Help You Get a Birth Control Prescription. Telemedicine can help you get the best results from your contraception, eliminating the risk of pregnancy, STI, or other issues. For example, if you need to see your doctor to get a refill or to start a prescription, you can use your smartphone and the app to schedule an appointment. You’ll then be able to have your appointment.
A nurse practitioner or nurse midwife can prescribe birth control pills, but an RN with no further credentials cannot prescribe birth control pills in the US.
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