For informational purposes only. Ask your healthcare provider for further information on the specific use of this product. You will receive specific instructions for use if prescribed this product.
The above does not include a complete list of possible side effects or risks associated with birth control rings. It is important to talk to your healthcare provider and consult the full Patient Information for each product for more information.
You will need to get a prescription from a healthcare provider or women’s health specialist, such as an OB/GYN.
In some states, pharmacists can undergo training and become qualified to prescribe birth control rings. Even when a pharmacist prescribes the ring, you are still encouraged to see a healthcare provider or women's health specialist for a medical exam.
*The abbreviation STIs refers to sexually transmitted infections.
†Check with your health plan regarding no-cost prescription birth control products.
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