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Birth Control Pills Should Be Sold without a Prescription, says OB/GYN group

March 12th, 2013

The largest physician-based women’s health organization – American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) – has recommended that birth control pills should be sold without a prescription to curb the number of unintended pregnancies.

According to the data collected by the ACOG nearly 50% of all pregnancies in the US are unplanned. The federal government is forced to spend as much as $11.1 billion annually to cover the costs of these pregnancies.

While government funds are a big issue, yet it’s important to look at the consequences of unintended pregnancies on the lives of women and their families. If a woman’s health insurance policy doesn’t cover maternity then the costs of just prenatal care and delivery range between $6000 and $12000. These numbers are true for a pregnancy without any complications but increase dramatically during a high-risk pregnancy.

Raising a child gets even more expensive. According to the survey at you can expect to spend about $10,000 just in the first year, and according to CNN Money the total cost of raising a child to a 17-year old age is $235,000 (that’s not including inflation or college education.)

cost of raising a child from birth to 17 years of age is $235,000, according to CNN Money

The cost of raising a child from birth to 17 years of age is $235,000, according to CNN Money

Unplanned pregnancy can be a financial nightmare for a family and especially for a single mom who can’t afford it.

Many countries around the world do not require prescription to buy birth control pills. This practice allows women to have better control over their health.

countries that require prescription for birth control pills are shown in navy blue

countries that require prescription for birth control pills are shown in navy blue

The opponents of the ACOG proposition say that taking hormonal pills without doctor’s supervision can be potentially harmful to women’s health. But again today many women take the Pill irregularly or rely on cheaper birth control methods (or none at all) because they can’t afford the price of a doctor’s visit.

The ACOG took a close look at the risks associated with taking birth control pills without prior consultation with a doctor. The biggest concern regarding over-the-counter provision of oral contraceptives is the potential harm that could result when the women with contraindications use them.

One of the recent studies included 399 women, ages 15-45. The participants were asked to self-assess their eligibility to take birth control pills while taking into account any contraindications that they might have. The results of self-assessment were compared with medical screenings and physician’s decision of the patient’s eligibility. 392 participants (astonishing 98%) obtained an agreement on medical eligibility.

Another study conducted in the UK showed that women take a more conservative approach than clinicians when deciding whether they can take birth control pills.

Another study showed that women seeking to buy birth control pills through online programs were as knowledgeable about all possible contraindications as were the women seen in the clinic. However, women who bought over-the-counter birth control pills in Mexico were more likely to have relative and absolute contraindications. These women weren’t self-screened and didn’t have access to health maintenance service.

Online access to birth control resources can be an important factor in determining how educated a woman is about risks and contraindications associated with taking oral contraceptives.

However, a screening by a pharmacist or health care provider can still be beneficial for many patients. In the Direct Access Study in Washington State several pharmacists were instructed to provide birth control pills and patches to the patients who met the World Health Organization’s Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use. The pharmacists were provided with a checklist to help them identify any health risks for the patients, they also measured blood pressure and body mass index. The results of the study were successful, 70% of the women continued using birth control pills during 12 months even though most of them had to pay out-of-pocket for the pharmacist evaluation (most health insurance providers didn’t cover the service.)

One of the growing trends in the US medical world today is telehealth – online consultations with a physician or a pharmacist. This service offers patients an easy way to ask their medical questions and to get refills on their prescriptions without a conventional visit to the doctor’s office. While birth control pills in the US still require a prescription women can use telehealth to their advantage to order oral contraceptives. Our website offers free consultation with a physician to all patients looking to buy birth control pills.

Another concern that stands in the way of making birth control pills available without a prescription is the possible increased cost of these medications. Women who use insurance coverage for their preferred contraceptive method may end up paying more for their oral contraceptives as insurance doesn’t cover over-the-counter meds. In any case, birth control pills are already a significant expense for many people, that is why the cost must be carefully considered before making a decision whether to sell birth control pills with or without a prescription.

The next step in making birth control pills available without a prescription is to motivate pharmaceutical companies to submit an application to the FDA to begin the over-the-counter approval process. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology hopes that their recommendation would be enough of a “boost” to motivate pharmaceutical companies for this step as it can potentially open up the doors for new populations to start using oral contraceptives.

In order to get approval from the FDA the company needs to have research on the safety of birth control pills as an over-the-counter medication (meaning that women at high risk of blood clots or stroke wouldn’t be buying these medications.)

The process of making birth control pills available without a prescription could take years because of all the steps involved. However, Dr. Daniel Grossman, who volunteers as vice chairman for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Gynecologic Practice Bulletins, is optimistic about the future of this recommendation.

“It is a pretty bold move on the part of ACOG,” he said. “I really respect that the organization decided to make this statement after reviewing all the evidence. It’s not very common where you hear a physician organization say, ‘We think there should be a change so that our patients don’t have to see us anymore.’ ”

Major Credit Crads Accepted to Order Birth Control Pills

February 21st, 2013

ANNOUNCEMENT: Now you can purchase birth control pills on our website using credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover) or COD payment method.

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Please note that if you decide to use the COD payment method you will be charged an additional $10 fee to cover the courier services. No fee will be charged if you are paying with a credit card.

You can still take advantage of the FREE 2-day USPS shipping.

We are happy to offer you the most convenient payment methods to buy birth control pills online.

FREE Shipping and Free COD payment option to buy birth control pills

January 4th, 2013

ANNOUNCEMENT: now offers

  • Free 2-Day USPS Shipping
  • convenient COD payment method: pay with cash, cashier’s check or money order when the medication is delivered to your door
  • best prices on most popular birth control pills: Ortho TriCyclen, Alesse (generic: Aviane), Yasmin and others
  • as always, no prior prescription from your primary physician needed*
  • no extra fees: the price you see is the price you pay.

We hope that the recent changes that we’ve made to our ordering system will make buying birth control pills on our website easier and more convenient for you. Our goal is to provide all of our customers with the best service and easiest as well as safest ways of purchasing contraceptives online.

Our new system will start working on January, 5th.

We are looking forward to helping you make the best choice when ordering birth control pills online.

*Please note: our website operates as a legal online pharmacy that lets you order medications online. We act in compliance with current US laws and regulations that allow prescribing non-controlled prescription medications via an online consultation. If you order birth control pills on our website you will be asked to fill out a medical questionnaire that will be reviewed by one of our US Licensed Physicians. We also ask you to provide us with the contact details of your primary health care provider (PHCP). Our physician might contact your PHCP with any questions regarding your medical history. The physician reviewing your order may deny a prescription for your medication if you are requesting a refill too soon or if he/she fills that this medication poses any risks to your health or wellbeing. We are committed to taking care of your health needs and we take the highest precautions to make sure that you get the best care possible.

Introducing COD Payment Method to Order Birth Control Pills

June 18th, 2012

For years online pharmacies were a safe and easy way for women to order oral contraceptives. However, lately most suppliers were forced to start using extra security measures to prevent fraud. One of the inconveniences associated with online ordering was the necessity to fax your ID before you could place your order and pay with Visa. We understand that women want to protect their identity when ordering birth control pills online and make sure that their personal information is safe.

We are happy to announce a new and extremely convenient payment method – COD (cash on delivery.) Our partner website Birth Control Prescription has recently introduced this payment option to the utmost delight of their customers.

Another great feature that they offer is FREE shipping on all orders.

Your personal information is 100% secure when ordering through our partner website. You don’t have to submit your ID or even provide your credit card information. Of course you will also have an online consultation in the form of a medical questionnaire to issue a valid prescription for your birth control pills. Once you submit your order you will receive an email with the tracking number and the time when your order will be delivered (you can also choose to pick up your medication at the drop-off location when it’s convenient for you.)

Once your discreetly packaged medication is delivered you can pay for it using cash, cashier’s check or money order.

We guarantee that you will be pleasantly surprised with the prices of birth control pills on Birth Control without Prescription. It’s the best deal that you can find online!

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Birth Control Pills and Blood Clots: Picking the Safest Pill for You

July 25th, 2011

It is a well known fact that birth control pills are associated with a higher risk of blood clots. But it wasn’t until June of 2011 that the link between birth control pills and blood clots got into spotlight. A young woman died of a massive clot that her mother believes was caused by the birth control pills. Watch the video below to learn all the details.

One of the well-known side effects of birth control pills are blood clots. In general 8 out of 10,000 will develop a blood clot at some point if they are on the Pill. With certain brands of oral contraceptives the risk however increases by 2-3 times. We are talking about 16-24 women out of 10,000.

Birth Control pills that are associated with a higher risk of blood clots are the ones containing a particular hormone Progesterone Drospirenone (DRSP.) DRSP is a synthetic hormone formulated to be molecularly similar to a hormone found in the human body, but not “bio-identical” to it. This hormone is not more effective in preventing pregnancy than others are but it poses higher risks of blood clotting.

Birth control pills that contain DRSP and are associated with higher risks of developing blood clots are:

  • Yaz (generics Gianvi and Loryna),
  • Yasmin (generics Ocella, Syeda and Zarah),
  • Beyaz,
  • Safyral.

If you are currently taking any of these birth control pills you need to consult your physician immediately. It is recommended that you stop taking these birth control pills immediately if

  • you are over the age of 35,
  • you smoke,
  • you have a family history of blood clots.

Even if you do not have any of the health risks mentioned above other birth control pills (like Ortho TriCyclen, Alesse to name a few) can still be a safer option for you.

You might also want to consider other birth control methods like IUD, Spermicides or old-fashioned condoms (male and female.) If you are not sure which option will suit you best you can take a short online quiz Choosing My Birth Control Method provided by Planned Parenthood.

While birth control pills have higher risks of causing blood clots than other contraceptives they also offer far more benefits for women. They help to fight acne, regulate menstrual cycle, help with moodiness and irritability as well as ease menstrual cramps.

FDA is currently investigating safety of birth control pills containing DRSP but doesn’t advise to stop using them without first consulting a doctor. If you choose to continue using Yasmin, Yaz or other DRSP-containing medications then you should watch for symptoms of blood clots:

  • persistent leg pain,
  • severe chest pain,
  • sudden shortness of breath.

Contact your doctor immediately if these symptoms occur. Although birth-control pills raise the risk of blood clot, the absolute risk is still very low.

Talk to your doctor, consider all of your personal risk factors and your personal comfort. It is very important that you make a decision that you are comfortable with. Your health is your number one priority. Take care of it.

How to Get Free Birth Control

April 20th, 2011

Thinking about birth control is already a smart decision on your part. When money is an issue free (or cheap) birth control would be your best bet to stay protected against unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease. Whether your household has been affected by the recession or you are a teen looking for affordable contraception, you can still find affordable ways of getting birth control.

  1. Free condoms. The cheapest type of birth control which protects both against pregnancy and STDS are condoms. Most colleges and health care clinics give those away for free. A lot of nightclubs also give away condoms for free. You can also find free condom samples online (usually you can get up to 10 condoms at a time) however you still have to pay for the shipping that costs the same as a pack of condoms at your local drugstore.
  2. Cheap condoms. If you are looking for cheap condoms you can always check out coupons and sales at your local grocery store or drugstore. Several manufacturers offer discount coupons if you register for their promotions online:
    You can save $2 on Trojan Condoms (click here.) Durex offers special coupons and discounts if you sign up for their newsletter here.
    A lot of online stores offer discount coupons that you can check out on this site.
  3. Free birth control pills. Some women can get birth control pills for free. If you are a college student you can check with your institution first. A lot of colleges support safe sex and offer free birth control pills (or at least sample packs) to the students.

    Check with your health care provider and see if they can give you birth control samples. The downside of using samples is that they are usually limited to one month supply and after it you are supposed to buy a new pack.

    Planned Parenthood can be another source of free (or extremely cheap) birth control pills and health exams. They offer free birth control to teens under 18 and women with low or no income. During your visit you need to have some form of ID, social security card and proof of residence. You can find a Planned Parenthood clinic by visiting their official website (listed at the top of this paragraph.)

  4. Cheap birth control pills. Not everyone is eligible to receive free birth control pills, however a lot of women (especially today) do not have health insurance and cannot afford visits to the doctor. A check-up visit to the doctor without a health insurance can cost you $150 or more and you will still have to pay full price for your birth control pills. A lot of clinics now give prescriptions only for a few months and then they require another visit to get another prescription.

    If you do not qualify for free birth control you can use online pharmacies to order your birth control pills without prior prescription from your doctor. Buy Birth Control was created for women who cannot afford pricey visits to the doctor and cannot receive free birth control. Our prices are extremely affordable because we understand the importance of contraception for your health and well being. Consider this: the cost of a 3-months supply of Ortho Tricyclen (the most popular birth control pill) is just $107 – it is cheaper than a visit to the doctor if you do not have health insurance!

Choosing an affordable and effective birth control option is a very important decision in the life of every woman. Do you research, discover the best form of contraception for you and choose the best way to get free or cheap birth control pills.

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How to Buy Birth Control Pills

December 10th, 2010

Birth control pills are a popular method of contraception and hormonal regulation. Unfortunately these medications are available by prescription only making them unaffordable to the women who do not have health insurance. On our website you can safely order birth control pills with no prior prescription from your doctor. We will review your medical information, issue a prescription for your oral contraceptives (we have a staff of US licensed physicians who review all orders) and ship your order from the pharmacy nearest to you.

If you are buying birth control pills online for the first time then you might be a little nervous about the safety of your bank details and the quality of your medication. Our company was on the market since 2007 and since the get-go customer satisfaction has always been our main priority. We offer you very flexible options to buy your birth control pills without prescription and we have great customer support in case you have any questions.

All orders are processed and fulfilled through our supplier Netorder Systems – the most reliable and trusted medical supplier that operates only within the USA. Our supplier is located in the United States and employs a team of US Licensed physicians who review all orders. Netorder Systems also has contracts with hundreds of pharmacies in all states that dispense and ship your orders.

Please note that all birth control pills are shipped using FedEx overnight delivery once your payment is cleared and your prescription has been issued. When you need a refill we will send out a reminder asking you if you would like to reorder. It is very important to buy your birth control pills ahead of time to prevent unwanted pregnancy that can result from a missed dose of oral contraceptives.

What You Will Find at Buy Birth Control

August 27th, 2010

Having kids is wonderful but not when you are not ready for them. Getting pregnant is a serious decision that requires a lot of thought and planning. Until you are ready to have kids (or you already have them and you just want to enjoy your sexual life) it is important to find a safe and reliable method of birth control.

It is safe to say that today birth control pills are the most convenient, effective, easy-to-use and inexpensive method of contraception. However, this option is not available to many women who do not have medical insurance. We offer you the opportunity to buy birth control pills online without a prescription. Ordering medications online is safe and easy if you choose the right vendors.

It is important to choose the right type of birth control pills for you. Some of the most popular oral contraceptives (another name for the Pill) are Ortho Tri Cyclen, Alesse, Yasmin, Ortho Tri Cyclen LO, Mircette and Seasonale. You can buy all of these medications without prescription on our website. You can also find articles that will help you choose the right pill, you will learn the difference between generic and brand birth control pills and you will find out how to fight common PMS discomforts by choosing the right pill. There will be plenty more articles that will answer your common questions about birth control pills. Don’t forget that you can buy your birth control pills right here, on our website and they will be delivered to you using overnight FedEx shipping. We are doing everything we can to help sexy and hot women (like you!) live more comfortable lives full of passion and excitement.

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