Will my birth control purchases show up on my parent’s or sponsor’s insurance?

Privacy policy varies by insurance and by state, so while we have no control over what your insurance company discloses to the policyholder, there are a few things you can do to try to protect your privacy.

1) Call your insurance company (the number is usually on the back of your card) and ask that your personal health information only be disclosed to you and that your Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is only sent to you. Here's a helpful in-depth guide with recommended talking points if you're interested in going this route.

2) If your insurance can't guarantee privacy or you're still worried, the best way to ensure privacy would be to not use insurance. Our team can help you request an affordable medication from the doctor, with pills starting at $15/month out of pocket. Just let us know cost is a concern in your consultation or post-checkout.