Minimum age requirements for birth control vary by state. You must be at least 12 years of age to be considered, and state-by-state regulations may require that a patient be older in order to receive service. Please check your local laws for clarification. The risks of hormonal contraception increase for women age 50 and over, and your regular doctor is in the best position to help you safely manage your contraception needs.
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- How does Nurx work?
- Does Nurx replace doctors?
- Who is Nurx for?
- My friends say getting birth control on the internet is a bad idea. Don’t I need a physical or pelvic exam?
- Can I use Nurx if I’ve never used birth control before?
- Is Nurx safe?
- How much does Nurx cost?
- Can I get PrEP through the mobile app?
- Is there an age restriction for getting on birth control with Nurx?
- How do refills work?