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Insurance and Prescription FAQs

We understand that details around insurance and prescriptions can sometimes be hard to decipher. That’s why we will use this article to answer common questions our users may ask us.
Birth Control, Reproductive Health

Hormonal Birth Control Options and Its Impact on Periods

Learn about hormonal birth control options and its impact on periods from Twentyeight Health and August (a period care company).
Birth Control, Reproductive Health

Understanding Your Birth Control Options

Get to know your choice in birth control and how it may affect your menstrual cycle from these two verified healthcare organizations, Twentyeight Health & August.

Morning After Pill - Myths vs. Facts

There are many misconceptions about when and how to use this medication. It’s important to understand the facts about the morning after pill so that if you need to use it in the future you use it correctly. 

Birth Control and Mental Health

Mental health is an important aspect of a person’s overall health. About 20% of American adults are currently experiencing mental health issues, which is around 50 million people.

Non-Hormonal Birth Control Options

Non-hormonal birth control contains no hormones and relies on other ways to protect against pregnancy, whereas hormonal birth control contains small amounts of estrogen and/or progestin hormones.

Temperature & Storage of Birth Control

Birth control, like many other medications, is sensitive to changes in environment. Proper shipping and storage is key to ensuring its effectiveness.
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Birth Control for Minors

Many states that require consent from a parent or guardian to receive birth control also have exceptions that allow a minor to receive birth control on their own. Learn more about specific state regulations and what options you have as a minor.
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Blood Clots and Birth control

Getting a blood clot from hormonal birth control is rare; it happens to less than 1 in 1000 women who use birth control. It’s still important to know the potential side effects of birth control, so that you & your doctor can decide on the best option