How Much is Birth Control Without Insurance?
Each method has its own price range, but is available for free or at a low-cost at your nearest The Right Time health center.
If you’re considering a new method of birth control this year, you might be wondering how much it’s gonna cost you. Everything costs something, right?
Well, yes. But at The Right Time, we believe everyone should have access to contraception that fits their needs and lifestyle, no matter what their budget is. We want our patients to consider as many options as possible and choose the method that’s right for them. Your method, your choice, regardless of cost.
So yes, while it’s true that birth control can be expensive, you can get any method for free or at a low-cost at any one of our 34 health centers around the state.
If you’re curious about how much birth control costs without insurance: the full price of the pill can range from $10 - $113 a month; the full price of an IUD ranges from $50 to around $850; the implant costs between $400 and $850; the cost of the shot ranges from $50 to $120, and the ring ranges from $60 to $200.
But remember! If you live in Missouri, you can get free or low-cost access to all these methods. Even if you are underinsured or have no insurance at all, the providers at your nearest The Right Time health center are there to help you get birth control that fits your needs and lifestyle.
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