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Can I get birth control at Planned Parenthood without Health Insurance?

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Marissa Raine asked:


I'm getting married in 2 months and we we're thinking it might be cheaper to try and get birthy control from Planned Parenthood instead of paying insurace monthly AND getting birth control. Is this possible?

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July 16, 2010

Jennifer R @ 12:21 pm #

I know for about 500 dollars at planed parenthood you could get an iud placed for 5-10 years i had it done best thing i could have ever done no hormones and i dont have to remember to take a pill every day. you should look into it it may be cheaper where you live

July 18, 2010

luckybabe7197 @ 5:20 am #

Yes, you can.

July 21, 2010

sunkissed_beach_bum3 @ 12:03 am #

yes its free there..

July 23, 2010

diamond_mami05 @ 6:54 am #

Yes, You can go to planned parenthood, what you pay they base it on your income.

July 25, 2010

Northern Nights Rock @ 6:11 am #

Yes you don't need health insurance to get services from Planned Parenthood.

July 26, 2010

Rondizzle @ 10:24 pm #

Planned Parenthood does business based on your income. If you can't afford healthcare, then you can get birth control for Free including IUD's. If you have a healthcare provider already then even better. They'll take care of the costs. Planned Parenthood is very good about birth control, Call and talk to someone about it.

July 30, 2010

Pooligans @ 7:20 am #

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if you are under 18 it is free. if you aren't, you have to pay but no you don't need insurance

July 26, 2011

dsims1109 @ 3:03 am #

DOES ANYONE KNOW ABOUT HOW MUCH BIRTH CONTROL PILLS ARE IF YOU HAVE NO INCOME???

June 18, 2013

kiley @ 9:58 pm #

Hi im moving to Oregon in a few months tried to transfer my insurance but they said no im 20 years old and i was wondering if u know how much it would to get the depo shot?

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