Comprehensive Birth Control Telehealth Services

Birth Control Telehealth Consultation and In-Person Referral

At SameDayAbortionPills, we are dedicated to providing accessible, confidential, and comprehensive reproductive health services. We offer telehealth consultations to guide you through your birth control options and help you make the best choice for your lifestyle and health needs. If an in-person visit is necessary, we will refer you to trusted providers through ProChoice.org.

SameDayAbortion pills also provides birth control via telehealth

Birth Control Methods Available via Telehealth:

  • Birth Control Pills: Prescription required. Available through telehealth consultation. Watch video
  • Birth Control Patch: Prescription required. Available through telehealth consultation. Watch video
  • Birth Control Ring: Prescription required. Available through telehealth consultation. Watch  video

Birth Control Methods Requiring In-Person Visits:

  • Birth Control Shot: Administered by a healthcare provider. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org. Watch video
  • Intrauterine Device (IUD): Insertion by a healthcare provider. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org. Watch video
  • Birth Control Implant: Insertion by a healthcare provider. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org. Watch video
  • Diaphragm: Fitting and prescription required. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org. Watch video

Different Forms of Birth Control

1. Hormonal Birth Control

  • Birth Control Pills
    • How They Work: Taken daily, birth control pills contain hormones that prevent ovulation.
    • How to Get Them: Prescription required. Available through telehealth consultation.
  • Birth Control Patch
    • How They Work: A patch is worn on the skin that releases hormones to prevent ovulation.
    • How to Get Them: Prescription required. Available through telehealth consultation.
  • Birth Control Ring
    • How They Work: A small ring inserted into the vagina that releases hormones to prevent ovulation.
    • How to Get Them: Prescription required. Available through telehealth consultation.
  • Birth Control Shot
    • How They Work: An injection is given every three months that contains hormones to prevent ovulation.
    • How to Get Them: Administered by a healthcare provider. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org.

2. Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs)

  • Intrauterine Device (IUD)
    • How They Work: A small device inserted into the uterus that prevents sperm from fertilizing an egg.
    • How to Get Them: Insertion by a healthcare provider. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org.
  • Birth Control Implant
    • How They Work: A small rod inserted under the skin of the arm that releases hormones to prevent ovulation.
    • How to Get Them: Insertion by a healthcare provider. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org.

3. Barrier Methods

  • Condoms
    • How They Work: Worn on the penis or inside the vagina to prevent sperm from entering the uterus.
    • How to Get Them: Over-the-counter. No prescription is required.
  • Diaphragm
    • How They Work: A dome-shaped cup is inserted into the vagina to cover the cervix and prevent sperm from entering.
    • How to Get Them: Fitting and prescription required. Available through in-person referral via ProChoice.org.

4. Emergency Contraception

  • Morning-After Pill
    • How They Work: Taken after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy.
    • How to Get Them: Over-the-counter or prescription, depending on the type.

How to Get Birth Control

  • Schedule a Telehealth Consultation: Contact us to set up a virtual appointment with one of our healthcare providers. Discuss your options and receive prescriptions delivered to your home.
  • Book an In-Person Appointment: For any necessary in-person visits, we will refer you to trusted providers through ProChoice.org for face-to-face consultation and immediate access to certain birth control methods.
  • Over-the-Counter Options: Some methods, such as condoms and certain emergency contraceptives, are available without a prescription at your local pharmacy.

At SameDayAbortionPills, we prioritize your health and privacy. Our knowledgeable staff is here to support you every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more about your birth control options and to schedule your consultation.