Birth Control

Get new prescriptions or refills for oral contraceptives, ring, injections or patches. We can assist with referrals to specialists in your area if you require IUD placement. Women, ages 18-50.

How we can help.

The “pill” is still the most available and common form of contraception in the U.S.A. Intrauterine device (IUD) use is growing. According to the CDC, the number one option is the pill, closely followed by devices such as an IUD or implant. The pill can also reduce symptoms of difficult periods, Pre Menstrual Syndrome, as well as acne. Per the CDC, birth control pills, which have estrogen and progestin, may increase the risk of blood clots in women who are over 35 and use tobacco and have a history of blood clots or breast cancer. We can help to provide refills or new prescriptions and educate on safety based on your medical history. We can also provide referrals to specialists in your area who can provide IUD or implant insertion services.

How Long is the Visit

Most visits are between 5 to 10 minutes based on complexity. Your online visit is kept efficient so you can save time and money instead of driving and waiting for an appointment. You may receive a new prescription or refill if appropriate. We electronically submit this shortly after your visit.

You don’t require insurance for our service.

There are no hidden fees for our service. We keep our costs affordable so that you can better cover any outside medically related fees that may be necessary for treatment (with or without insurance) after the visit.

How we help through Telemedicine.

Telemedicine has been around since the 1980’s and has vastly improved since then. We treat you based on your history and symptoms, physical / visual presentation and overall condition. We are able to provide a diagnosis with a high degree of accuracy and provide follow up visits by secure messaging or further visits to ensure effectiveness of your treatment.

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