Birth control prescription
Birth control prescription
Women, ages 18-55
Visit type
Messaging
This is right for you if
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You don’t have any blood-clotting disorders like deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
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You don’t have cancer of the breast, cervix, or uterus
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Your blood pressure is lower than 160/90
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What's included

Personalized treatment plans may include a new or a renewed prescription for birth control. Your clinician won’t advise you about intrauterine devices (IUDs) like Mirena or implants like Nexplanon. You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.

If you need treatment for an additional health condition, you’ll need to start a separate visit.
Commonly prescribed medications*
  • Junel Fe
  • NuvaRing
  • Sprintec
Your clinician won’t advise you about intrauterine devices (IUDs) like Mirena or implants like Nexplanon.
*Note: You can fill prescriptions at any pharmacy. Links are for informational purposes only.
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This chart is for informational purposes only. Your clinician will determine treatment plans, prescriptions, and number of refills (if any) based on your symptoms and health history. Refill estimates are based on a 30-day supply of medication.
SteadyMD and HealthTap have licensed clinicians (like MDs, DOs, and NPs). At SteadyMD and HealthTap, the typical number of refills per visit is 11. HealthTap won't prescribe Depo-Provera. Business hours for SteadyMD are 10 AM to 12 AM ET, 7 days a week. Business hours for HealthTap are 8 AM to 10 PM ET, 7 days a week. Responses outside these hours may be delayed.

What you’ll need

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A blood pressure reading from the past 12 months
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Your height and weight, if you're interested in birth control patches
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5-10 minutes to answer questions about your symptoms and health history
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A photo ID, like a driver's license or passport, if your clinician needs to verify your identity

How it works

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Answer some questions
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Clinician reviews your info
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Get treatment plan
You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
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You should know
Based on your health information, your clinician may recommend that you see a healthcare provider in person. If that happens, you’ll still be charged for your visit. Amazon Clinic doesn’t accept insurance at this time, and isn’t intended for beneficiaries of government payor programs, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Frequently asked questions

If I've never used prescription birth control before, can I get my first prescription through Amazon Clinic?
Yes. Your clinician can prescribe birth control for people who have never used it before.
Can I renew my current birth control prescription?
Yes. Your clinician can renew your prescription once they review your health information.
What types of birth control can I get?
Your clinician may prescribe estrogen-based birth control pills like Sprintec, progestin-based birth control pills like the minipill, vaginal rings like Nuvaring, or contraceptive patches like Xulane. Certain clinics may also prescribe injectable birth control medications like Depo-Provera. For intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants, you'll need to see a doctor in person.

Please note: This information is for general reference only. Your clinician will review your symptoms and health history to determine which (if any) treatments are medically appropriate.
Do I need to know my blood pressure?
Yes. Your clinician needs to know your blood pressure so they can prescribe birth control that's right for you. If you've gotten a blood pressure reading within the last 12 months, you can use that. To get a new blood pressure reading, you can visit your local pharmacy or primary care doctor, or use a home blood pressure monitor.
$3000 $3000