Alpha for Birth Control
Our Alpha Care Team can help you find the right treatment for your needs. Message them anytime with your questions. We only charge a one-time $10 fee for your online medical visit and prescription.
As little as $0 for insured patients. No insurance? Our prescriptions start at only $15 a month.
Your prescription arrives within a week, refills automatically, and shipping is always free. You can cancel anytime.
Our Alpha Providers prescribe:
Birth Control Pill
The pill is a hormone medication that you take daily. The combination pill contains both estrogen and progestin and requires a blood pressure reading. The mini pill contains progestin only and doesn't require a blood pressure reading.
$0 for most insurance plans
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Brands We Carry
Find the right birth control prescription for your body and lifestyle. We offer dozens of options of birth control pills, patch, ring, shot, and emergency contraception. We accept both cash and insurance, and most insurance copays are $0.
Emergency Contraception Available
Worried that your birth control or condom didn't work? Be prepared with emergency contraception on hand. Alpha offers both MyWay and Ella in addition to your birth control.
How it Works
Answer questions about your health condition online.
A medical provider will review your responses and send a treatment plan within 24 hours (8 hours for urgent care).
Medications will be shipped to you for free (or sent to your pharmacy for pick up).
STI Testing Made Easy
Get secure & accurate lab-certified results for common sexually transmitted infections, from home.
Treatment for Endometriosis
Painful menstrual cramps or chronic lower back and pelvic pain may be a sign of endometriosis. Don't suffer in silence - get the right treatment for your needs.
Our healthcare system is broken, and we’re here with a better solution.
Women face the greatest barriers to accessible and affordable healthcare. Alpha was formed with the goal of providing access to care for some of the country’s most common, underserved, and undertreated medical needs.