Most insurances cover the cost of birth control but it depends on your medication choice and your insurance coverage. Some insurances only partially cover the cost of specific medications and will require you to pay a copay. If you have a copay over $25, you will be notified for authorization before you are charged and your medication is processed.
Make sure to refer to your individual insurance policy for additional information regarding your pharmacy benefits, applicable deductibles and your copays. You can access this information by calling your insurance member service number, located on the back of your insurance card.