Your birth control. Your choice.

For just $39, consult with a pharmacist who can recommend and prescribe a birth control option best for your goals. The service includes unlimited follow-up appointments for up to a year.*

Currently, all of our CVS Pharmacy® locations in California, Idaho, Washington, Hawaii, Michigan, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Montana can help you get a birth control prescription.

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Visit a CVS Pharmacy location to speak privately with a pharmacist whenever it is most convenient for you.*

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Make one stop and get your birth control prescription written and filled by your CVS pharmacist.*

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We partnered with social media influencers to show you how easy it is to take back control of your birth control with a convenient walk-in consultation, no appointment needed!

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Instagram Influencer @lifewithdinah smiling holding a Tablet device with the Women's Health Web Page on screen.

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“You can literally walk in to @CVSPharmacy and be able to talk to a licensed pharmacist about the best birth control options for YOU during store hours ❤️

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Instagram Influencer @bylisalinh sitting down on a computer with the Women's Health Web Page on screen with a notebook in her hand.

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“Honestly, I wish I had this option a few years ago, especially since I was always on the go. Plus, it’s unlimited consultations for one year ... just in case you’re like me and tend to forget to ask something until you get home.”

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Instagram Influencer @lisette holding Birth Control with a bottle of vitamins, makeup and a CVS Pharmacy Shopping bag on her carpeted floor.

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“CVS® always saves the day! 😀It's perfect because I was running low and this way I don’t have to wait weeks to finally get a doctor’s appointment!”

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Instagram Influencer @sarakauten smiling with her luggage outside of her local CVS Pharmacy.

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“While packing for my staycation, I realized I forgot to call my doctor to have my birth control prescription renewed. Luckily, I headed to my local CVS® and met one-on-one with a pharmacist who was able to renew my birth control prescription on the spot! Now I can actually relax without worrying about my to-do list.”

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*for birth control: Prescriptions available only for hormonal birth control contraception. Consultation required and available only when a licensed pharmacist is on duty. Patients must be 18 years or older. Some patients may not be eligible based on current or past health conditions. Some patients may need to consult with their primary care physician or other health care provider to obtain a prescription for birth control. $39 consultation fee is a one-time annual fee and includes unlimited consultations with a CVS® pharmacist, for a period of one year from the date of the initial consultation. $39 fee will be waived if CVS is unable to prescribe birth control. Medicaid, Medicare and other government program beneficiaries are not eligible. Program participants may obtain coverage by seeking these services through other enrolled providers, such as their primary care physician. See pharmacist for details. Does not replace routine visit with your primary care physician. It is advised that you inform your primary care physician that you are on a birth control medication.