what options are available for birth control?

A doctor may prescribe one of ten different birth control options depending on your needs and what will work best for you. If the doctor prescribes one of these birth control options, you can have that prescription fulfilled at a pharmacy of your choice. If your birth control looks different than what you are used to, don't panic - you can learn more about why this can happen here

Below are the varieties of birth control which may be prescribed, along with any acceptable variations the pharmacy may use to fulfill the prescription: 

Monophasic - Levonorgestrel/ee - 0.1/20
Monophasic - Norethindrone/ee - 1.5/30
Monophasic - Norethindrone/ee - 1.5/30 - FE
Monophasic - Norethindrone/ee - 1/20
Monophasic - Norethindrone/ee - 1/20 - FE
Monophasic - Drospirenone/ee - 3/30 [Yasmin]
Monophasic - Drospirenone/ee - 3/20 [Yaz]
Monophasic - Norgestimate/ee - 0.25/35 [Sprintec]
Triphasic - Norgestimate/ee - 0.18-0.25/25 [TriLoSprintec]
Progestin Only - Norethindrone - 0.35
Extended Cycle - Levonorgestrel/ee - 0.15/30 [Generic: Amethia]
Triphasic - Norgestimate/ee - 0.18-0.25/35 [Tri-Sprintec]
Biphasic - Desogestrel/ee - 0.15/20 [Mircette]
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