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If you are seeking pregnancy prevention or treatment of abnormal menses will be prescribed a birth control regimen that fits best for them. You and your provider will come up with a mutual treatment regimen after careful evaluation of your medical history, current medical condition and preferences. Birth control options that are available will include those in the form of the pill, patch or ring.
If you don't know what birth control is best for you, that is ok! We will discuss all of your options including the benefits and risks that come with each method. Book An Appointment Today.
What To Expect
Once you have completed a telehealth consult for birth control, a prescription can be provided the same day and sent to a pharmacy of your choice, pending the results of your consultation. If you do not have health insurance or are choosing not to use your health insurance, we will review your options with you.
Birth control commonly comes in a pill, patch or ring form. Each has its own specific way that it administers hormones to your body. If you do not know which one is best for you, no worries we will discuss this further at your visit.
We will make a follow-up appointment within 1 to 3 months of being on your preferred method of birth control to review how things are going. Your providers at Beyond|Med are available to you for any questions after your visit. Click the "Patient Portal" link to the left to send secure messages that your providers will also answer through your secure online patient portal.
The only lab test that is commonly associated with the initiation of birth control is a pregnancy test. If you can provide information that is necessary to prove that you are not currently pregnant, this step may not be necessary. We will go through a series of questions to assess the safety of starting the birth control of your preference.
NO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE NEEDED
A prescription for the most common methods of birth control such as combination or progrestin only pills, patch, or ring, will be sent to a pharmacy near you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should not take birth control?
What are the side effects of birth control?
Does birth control cause weight gain?
Does birth control protect me from STIs?
No. No form of birth control can protect from getting an STI. You should also practice safe sex, for example, using condoms.
Can taking birth control while pregnant cause birth defects?
No. If you become pregnant while taking birth control, it will not cause adverse effects to an early pregnancy or cause birth defects.