A Convenient Way to Receive Birth Control

Skip the trip to the doctor’s office with a telemedicine consultation for birth control. Speak directly with a board-certified physician via your smartphone, then get prescriptions sent to your pharmacy or directly to your door!

Single Consult

$25.00Add to cart

(One-Time)

Annual Subscription

$10.00 / monthSign up now

(Monthly)

Physician 360 empowers patients by putting them in the driver seat of their healthcare. If we have put men on the moon, we can surely get women their birth control in a convenient, affordable and confidential manner! Here at Physician 360, we are proving that every day.

Whether you have insurance or not, Physician 360’s on-demand doctors provide you personalized care so we can get you the best medication for your unique body.

How It Works

STEP 1

Consultation

Initiate your telemedicine consultation with a board-certified physician on your smartphone or computer.

STEP 2

Prescription

Following the consultation, you can fill your prescription right at your local pharmacy!

STEP 3

Follow Up

If you purchased an annual prescription for a monthly payment of $10, follow-up consultations are available.

Say Hello to Telemedicine
for Birth Control...

...and Goodbye to Traditional
Birth Control

You can get your prescriptions delivered right to your door or to a pharmacy of your choice. No hassle, no big spend.

Want to change the type of birth control you are taking? No problem. Our physicians are available from 8 am to 8 pm to help you figure out what’s best for you.

No trip to the gynecologist or leaving them harassing messages for your prescription refill.

Trying to fit in with your doctor’s busy schedule in order to set up an appointment or simply hear back from them about making changes to your prescription.

Waiting for an appointment and going through the hassle of getting to and from the doctor’s office.

Churning out cash to cover high co-pays for in-person visits with your doctor. 

What are my Birth Control options?

Birth control, or “contraception”, helps prevent pregnancy. There are a number of different methods of birth control methods to choose from – including pills, patches, shots, vaginal rings, emergency contraceptive pills, and more. Whichever method of birth control you choose should depend on several factors like your health, frequency of sexual activity, number of sexual partners and desire to have children in the future.

Birth control is very commonly used with 62% of women of reproductive age currently using contraception.

When you choose a telemedicine consultation, one of our board-certified physicians will help you select the best form of birth control for you.

Our Product and Subscription

Our telemedicine consultation for birth control is easy to use and convenient, allowing you to speak directly with a board-certified physician via your smartphone right in the pharmacy and pick up your prescription all in one trip.

The price of your kit includes an on-demand doctor consult and a treatment plan. The cost of medication at your pharmacy is not included with the consultation.

One-Time Payment

This one-time payment of $25 includes the telemedicine consult and a 2-month prescription for medication that can be filled at your local pharmacy.

Annual Subscription

For a monthly payment of $10, this subscription includes the telemedicine consult, a 3-month prescription for medication and 3 refills that can be filled at your local pharmacy.

The Type of Meds We Prescribe

  • Apri
  • Levora
  • Loestrin
  • Loestrin Fe
  • Loestrin 24 Fe
  • Lutera
  • Mircette
  • Plan B
  • Ortho Tri-Cyclen
  • Ortho Tri-Cyclen LO
  • Ortho Micronor
  • Seasonique
  • Yaz

Ready to get started?

Click the Buy Now button below to purchase your on-demand telemedicine consultation and treatment for Birth Control.

Single Consult

$25.00Add to cart

(One-Time)

Annual Subscription

$10.00 / monthSign up now

(Monthly)

Birth Control FAQs

How does getting birth control with Physician 360 work?

Physician 360 offers two birth control options: a one-time consultation and an annual subscription. The one-time payment option includes the telemedicine consult and a 2-month prescription for medication* that can be filled at your local pharmacy. The annual subscription option includes the telemedicine consult and a prescription for 12 months of medication* (a 3-month initial prescription and 3 refills) that can be filled at your local pharmacy. With both options, you can access high-quality care without leaving your couch! Click here to learn more.

*The cost of medication at your pharmacy is not included with the consultation. 

Why should I use Physician 360’s telemedicine services for birth control rather than go to the doctor?

Physician 360 makes accessing birth control quicker, more convenient, and cheaper than it is through the traditional doctor’s office visit. That’s because Physician 360 lets you avoid spending time in the waiting room and paying high co-pays at the doctor’s office. You can also avoid a trip to the pharmacy by having your medication delivered directly to your door! 

Who should use this service?

This service is for women ages 18-50 who are seeking birth control for the prevention of pregnancy or for one of many other benefits. There are many reasons a woman may seek out birth control. Click here to learn more. 

What different types of birth control does Physician 360 offer?

We offer pretty much every brand of pill, patch, or ring available in the United States. That includes Sprintec, Errin, Ortho Tri-Cyclen, Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo, Nuvaring, Xulane, Ovcon, and more. If you would like a refill of your current birth control or would like to start on a specific type, you can let your doctor know during your telemedicine consultation.

Since Physician 360 offers telemedicine services, we can’t offer you certain birth control options like long-acting reversible contraception (LARC), such as the intrauterine device (IUD) or implants, as these require medical procedures. For the same reason, we do not offer the birth control shot (Depo-Provera). 

What are the common side effects of birth control?

Side effects associated with birth control include acne, nausea, reduced libido, raised blood pressure, irregular or missed periods, dizziness, anxiety, and depression. Note that these side effects are dependent on what kind of birth control you take, how long you have been taking birth control, and individual health factors. We recommend talking to a Physician 360 doctor to find the best fit for you. 

Will my parents know if I get birth control with their insurance?

If you have privacy concerns regarding your reproductive health decisions, there are ways to access birth control privately! Physician 360 offers telemedicine consultations that can result in a prescription for birth control that does not require insurance. There are inexpensive options available, and our board-certified physicians will help you find one that works for you. In order to ensure your privacy, contact your pharmacy before your prescription is sent to them to let them know not to bill your insurance or contact your parents. 

While Physician 360 supports patients taking control of their own healthcare, we recommend honesty if it is an option. Click here for some advice on how to have a conversation with your parents about birth control. 

Is it legal to get birth control with Physician 360?

Yes. If you have any questions about how obtaining birth control with Physician 360 works, please contact us. 

What’s the difference between progestin-only pills and combination pills?

Combination birth control pills contain the hormones progestin and estrogen, while progestin-only pills only contain progestin. The added estrogen in combination pills reduces breakthrough bleeding and can help with other menstrual cycle symptoms. Contrarily, progestin-only pills may make your period heavier for the first 6-9 months before it becomes lighter or goes away altogether. Talk to a Physician 360 doctor about which type of birth control pill is a better fit for you. 

How effective are birth control pills?

The medical community generally agrees birth control pills are 99% effective when taken as instructed. When not taken consistently, the effectiveness of birth control pills is lower. 

I’ve taken placebo pills for a few days, butI haven’t gotten my period, does that mean I’m pregnant?

It is not uncommon or dangerous to miss periods while on hormonal birth control, and it does not mean you are pregnant! If you go two or more months in a row without a period and/or have symptoms associated with pregnancy, you should take a pregnancy test. 

Does alcohol affect birth control?

No, alcohol does not directly affect your birth control. However, drinking alcohol may result in side effects that affect your birth control, such as forgetting to take your pill or becoming more intoxicated than normal. 

How can I skip my period with birth control?

You can skip your period with birth control by skipping the inactive or “placebo” pills in your pack and taking only active pills. You cannot skip your period with progestin-only pills, as there are no inactive pills to skip. We recommend talking to your Physician 360 doctor before using birth control to skip your period. 

What do I do if I miss a dose?

First of all, don’t panic! While birth control pills are only effective for 24 hours, missing one pill is nothing to fear. Take your pill once you remember. It is important to note that it is different to miss progestin-only pills versus combination pills. 

Am I still protected from pregnancy during the placebo break of my birth control?

The placebo pills in your birth control pack have no hormones in them, but as long as you took the first 21 pills correctly, you will still be protected from pregnancy during this seven-day break.

I didn’t take placebos to skip my period, but my period still showed up. What happened?

You are likely experiencing breakthrough bleeding. This is normal for the first few cycles of using the pill to skip your period, but it can continue long after you’ve started. If the bleeding persists, talk with your Physician 360 doctor about taking a placebo pill break each month until your body returns to its normal cycle before trying to skip your period again.

I just started the pill and my face is breaking out. What’s going on?

When starting the pill, it is normal to break out as your body gets used to the new hormones. Luckily, after this initial period of breaking out (which is normally no longer than 3 months), this hormonal acne usually doesn’t come back. 

How do I switch from one brand of birth control to another? 

It’s easy to switch brands of birth control! You can switch immediately, even in the middle of your pack. Order a Physician 360 telemedicine consultation for birth control today to get started with a new brand.