Yes it should be covered under insurance. Under the Affordable Care Act, all FDA approved birth control must be covered by insurance. If you have any problems getting it covered, contact the National Women’s Law Center 1-866-745-5487 or email or go to

Unfortunately, with pharmacist prescribed birth control, they still require that you have to go into the pharmacy. With Pandia Health, we connect you to our telehealth partner (Pandia Medical Group) , and you can have a doctor’s visit (for $29 for new to birth control, $19 for those already on birth control and their prescription ran out) and get your meds delivered to your door – all done from the comfort of your home or wherever you and your phone currently are.