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- FDA approved medication for $0 with most insurance plans & affordable out-of-pocket prices
- Unlimited messaging for one year with licensed providers
Get in control of your reproductive health with Xulane, a combination birth control patch. Forget daily dosing: Apply and change the Xulane patch each week for 3 weeks, then go patch-free for the 4th week. The patch works by giving off hormones that prevent your ovaries from releasing eggs.
Birth control type:
Birth control patch
✓ Less painful periods
✓ Women who don’t want to take a daily pill
|Price with Insurance||Out-of-Pocket Price|
|As little as $0 for the medication||As little as $180 per month for the medication|
We also charge a $15 medication consultation, which includes unlimited access to our medical team for a full year.
- How Effective Is the Xulane Patch?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the birth-control patch is about 91 percent effective when used as directed.
- What Are the Risks of Using Xulane?
As with most types of hormonal birth controls, you may experience minor side effects like nausea, headache, or breast discomfort or swelling when using Xulane. Users may also have an increased risk for blood clots, stroke, and heart attack.
- What Are the Benefits of Using Xulane?
Xulane is convenient, since the patch only needs to be changed once per week, and can result in less-painful periods.
- How Does Xulane Work?
The patch releases two hormones (estrogen and progestin) that help to prevent your ovaries from releasing eggs.
- Where Do I Apply the Patch?
Xulane patches should be applied to clean, dry skin in one of the following locations: upper outer arm, abdomen, buttock, or back. Make sure the patch isn't in an area that will be rubbed by tight clothing.
- When Should I Apply the Patch?
Wear one Xulane patch per week for three weeks, always applying your next patch on the same day of the week. Do not wear a patch during week four.
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