The Choice is Yours

Healthvio can help you find the right birth control for your lifestyle and body. We specialize in prescribing both hormonal and non-hormonal birth control methods. The following types of birth control we prescribe are:

Treatment list of birth control

  • The Pil

    The birth control pill is the most widely used method at preventing pregnancy, It is most effective when taken regularly, every day. It can also improve acne, reduce symptoms of PMS, and help make your periods more regular, less painful, and lighter in flow. There are two kinds of birth control pills. Combination pills (both estrogen and progestin) and Mini-Pills (progestin only).

  • The Patch

    The patch is a thin adhesive worn on the body, typically on your buttock, upper outer arm, lower abdomen, or upper body. The patch is replaced weekly. After 3 weeks, you take a 1 week break for your period.

  • The Ring

    The ring is the most low maintenance birth control method used to prevent pregnancy. It is a small, flexible ring that is inserted into your vagina for 3 weeks at a time. After 3 weeks, you remove it and take a 1 week break for your period before inserting a new ring.

  • Vaginal Gel

    Vaginal Gel (Phexxi) provides you with more freedom. It is a non-hormonal birth control method that works by lowering the pH in your vagina when sperm is present. By doing this, it makes it hard for the sperm to move, which lowers the chance of the sperm and egg meeting. You simply insert the gel via an applicator into your vagina no more than 1 hour before sexual intercourse. It can also be used in combination with other birth control methods for extra protection!

  • How It Works
    1. Answer some questions.

      Help your provider get up to speed on how to best help you by answering some questions pertaining to your medical history and symptoms.

    2. Select a consultation type & a provider.

      Select if you would like a live consultation or a questionnaire based consultation. Then, choose a provider that is licensed in your state of residence that you feel will best meet your needs.

    3. Receive your prescription.

      If appropriate, the provider will send your prescription electronically to the pharmacy of your choice.

    What Our Patients Are Saying


    Rated 5 out of 5
    January 31, 2023

    It was intimidating going to a doctor’s office for birth control. But with the Healthvio app downloaded, I booked and had my medical consultation on my smartphone. The MD was easy to talk to and made me feel comfortable. I suggest this medical service to anyone looking for a quality, affordable, and convenient medical provider.

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    Kimberley Durand


    Rated 5 out of 5
    January 31, 2023

    My Healthvio was incredibly helpful when choosing birth control pills. I wanted a pill with a low dose of hormones that was still highly effective. The doctor suggested Loestrin, which sounded good. And Healthvio affiliated pharmacy mailed three months’ worth to my home. So far, I feel normal on this pill without any side effects!

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    Carol Garcia


    Rated 5 out of 5
    January 31, 2023

    I don’t have health insurance, so I used to pay the expensive hospital or clinic fees for basic things like birth control. But thankfully, with the Healthvio app, healthcare is finally affordable. The prescription prices seem cheaper than anywhere else, and they shipped my birth control pills to my house for free.

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    Treatment Options & Pricing

    We offer over fifty birth control formulas, and our expert medical providers will assist you in finding the right one.

    No insurance? No problem. We provide budget-friendly birth control options with transparent, pay-as-you-go pricing.

    Below is a list of pill options, but your Healthvio or pharmacist can fill you in on alternatives to help you find the right match.

    Birth Control Questions

  • Are all birth control pills the same?

    No. The two main types of birth control pills are combination pills and progestin only pills. There are also pills designed to eliminate your period for months at a time.

    Combination pills are a combination of two hormones, estrogen and progestin. They prevent ovulation from occurring.

    Progestin only pills “mini-pill”  do not contain any estrogen which make them ideal for those who cannot take estrogen due to health conditions, or are breastfeeding, or over the age of 35 and smoke. They work by thickening the mucus and thinning the uterine lining.

  • Can I use Healthvio if I have never used birth control before?

    Yes. Our medical providers can help you find your best birth control option. Before writing a script, they will ask you important questions about your health to ensure we can prescribe birth control that will be safe and effective for you.

  • I already know which birth control treatment works for me, can I have Healthvio prescribe and deliver it?

    When you complete your questionnaire and share your history we will ask you to indicate which medications you’ve taken in the past. We cannot guarantee that you will receive a particular prescription. Once you submit your request for a consultation, your selected medical provider will review your health history and symptoms. They will work with you to determine the best treatment plan for you.

  • I do not know which birth control to use. Can Healthvio help me choose?

    Yes, our medical providers can suggest healthy options. Our medical provider will assist you in identifying the appropriate birth control option during your consultation.

  • What is included in the consultation fee?

    It includes a medical provider licensed in your state evaluating your birth control questionnaire and creating your personalized treatment plan, and writing prescriptions. The consultation fee does not include medication(s).

    If medication is prescribed, your Healthvio provider will send the prescription(s) to a pharmacy of your choice. You will pay the pharmacy for the medication(s) and the price will depend on the pharmacy and whether you pay with insurance or out-of-pocket.