Birth Control Methods
Everyone’s body and lifestyle is different, so pick something that you think will work for you! Visit our Love Your Birth Control website to find out about all of your options!
Are you under 18?
If you are a teenager, it may be uncomfortable for you to discuss the subject of birth control with your physician. Be assured that, in West Virginia, any conversations you have with your own physician or with a physician at a Title X health clinic are bound by confidentiality laws, which prevent them from telling parents or guardians that you have received any form of contraceptives. You should also know that minors (anyone under the age of 18) do not need to notify or get permission from their parents in order to obtain birth control.
Also known as the “morning-after” pill or Plan B® , emergency contraception (EC) is a safe and reliable way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or birth control failure.
For more information on types and prices of EC, visit Love Your Birth Control.