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Birth Control?

Asked by skgskgskg22 (260points) June 30th, 2008

Can you go to the doctor with your significant other and get put on birth control using that persons insurance if you aren’t on the plan?

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TheHaight's avatar

I’m not quite sure you can, but that’s what free clinics are for (planned parenthood, family first, etc). Theyre clean, safe and free.

xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

I think my grandfather was telling me about something similar a long time ago, it went like this, when people get married they can share insurance, but if they are only dating then you would have to be on your own separate plans. I’m not sure if that’s right, I was like 7 when he was telling me all about that.

inko9nito's avatar

I don’t think so, but if you go to school or a university, they get breaks on birth control, and you will be able to get it very cheap.

hearkat's avatar

No. In addition to the free clinics noted; Most drug companies that make prescription birth control also offer price reductions to those who do not have coverage.

jamzzy's avatar

last year when i was still with my ex girlfriend [we were 16] we went to planned parenthood and we filed out some papers and gout it for 60 dollars.

vectorul's avatar

My ex was getting hers for $14.00 from planned parent hood.

babygalll's avatar

No, your name must be on the plan.

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Jess's avatar

Planned Parenthood, tell them you don’t have any income or insurance or anything. They don’t verify anything so it’s all good and much better than unplanned babies.

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