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Is birth control still free in 2018? UPDATE: 2019 open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act plans runs from November 1, 2018 to December 15, 2018. ACA has helped make health insurance more affordable and accessible to millions of people, and it covers birth control for women without any out-of-pocket costs. How effective is the 3 month contraceptive injection? How well does it work? Typically, Depo Provera is 97% effective. This means three out of 100 women will get pregnant each year. If you have your injections on time (every 12 weeks) it can be more than 99% effective. Is birth control covered by health insurance 2019? Birth Control Included? Plans sold through the health insurance marketplace must cover at least one option for each FDA-approved birth control methods for women without copays or deductibles. These rules apply to all Marketplace plans, so your 2019 plan should cover your preferred birth control method. What are the side effects of switching birth control pills? The hormones in the pill can change your level of sexual desire. You may also notice spotting or bleeding between periods (this is more common with progestin-only pills), sore breasts, nausea, or headaches. These side effects usually go away after 2 or 3 months, and they don't happen to everyone who takes the pill. Is Depo covered by insurance? Each visit after the first one may cost between $0 and $150. The good news is that under the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), most insurance plans must cover doctors' visits related to birth control. Learn more about health insurance and birth control. And, with most insurance plans, you can get the shot for free.
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