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In 2020, you can have almost anything delivered straight to your doorstep...even your birth control. Forget that monthly trip to CVS. We’re highlighting six of the best birth control delivery services to help you decide which option is best for you.

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1. Most Comprehensive Healthcare: Hers

Pricing: From $30 per month

Availability: All 50 states and Washington, D.C.

If you already know which pill you’d like, you can select it from one of Hers’ 10 generic options. Otherwise, they’ll match you up with an independent physician who can prescribe one based on your needs. Then, it’ll be delivered directly to you every month. It’s almost too easy. The brand decided to forgo working with insurance companies, making its monthly birth control delivery just $30 per month for everyone regardless of whether or not you’re insured. Hers also offers mental health and primary care, as well as prescription skin and haircare if you’re between doctors at the moment or just want to consolidate all of your appointments.

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2. Most Birth Control Options: Nurx

Pricing: From $0 per month with insurance and $15 per month without

Availability: 26 states and Washington, D.C.

Rather than just prescribing pills like most birth control delivery services, Nurx offers over 100 different types of birth control including patches, rings and shots. Fill out the online intake form and pay the $15 consultation fee (not too bad, considering it covers unlimited messaging with its medical team for a year), and Nurx’s doctors will write you a prescription. Another perk? They’ll send you a three-month supply each time so you never have to worry about running out. And shipping is always free.

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Lemonaid Health

3. Most Convenient: Lemonaid Health

Pricing: From $0 per month with insurance and $15 per month without

Availability: All 50 states and Washington, D.C.

OK, so all of these options are pretty convenient. But Lemonaid Health goes one step further by offering an easy-to-use iPhone and Android app. This way, you can manage your prescription right from your phone. After your $20 consultation—which Lemonaid only charges if the company is able to help you—its medical team reviews your info and prescribes you a birth control pill in just two hours. Then you’ll get your prescription delivered to your door in a three month supply with fast, free shipping.

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4. Most Affordable Without Insurance: Pill Club

Pricing: From $0 per month with insurance and $9 per month without

Availability: All 50 states and Washington, D.C.

Pill Club works similarly to the options above, after a $15 consultation, their medical team will prescribe you a birth control pill that’s suited to your needs. Or if you already have a prescription you like, the club can transfer it to their pharmacy. What sets Pill Club apart is that in addition to your monthly pill pack (which ships free, BTW), you’ll also get a treat, stickers or an art print, and some self-care samples.

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Twentyeight Health

5. Most Philanthropic: Twentyeight Health

Pricing: From $0 per month with insurance (including Medicaid) and $16 per month without

Availability: Florida, Maryland, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania

With Twentyeight Health, users get access to birth control pills, patches and rings as well as Plan B. Answer the medical questionnaire to get a prescription or refill and a board-certified doctor will review it within 24 hours. Then, Twentyeight Health will ship your prescription to you for free. (Psst, you can have them send as many as 12 packs, if you want to stockpile them.) Our favorite part? Twentyeight Health donates two percent of their revenue to the National Institute for Reproductive Health and Bedsider, which help women in need get reproductive care.

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6. Most Informative: Pandia Health

Pricing: From $0 per month with insurance and $15 per month without

Availability: All 50 states and Washington, D.C. with an active prescription. California, Florida and Texas if you need a new one

Of all the birth control delivery services we’ve mentioned, Pandia Health’s website is definitely the clearest. It takes you through the step-by-step processes you’ll need to go through, depending on whether or not you have an active prescription at the moment. If you do have an active prescription, you can transfer it to Pandia Health and start getting free delivery ASAP. If not, you’ll have to do a $20 online doctor review to get set up with one.

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