It’s all done in 3 simple steps: you pick the birth control brand, a doctor reviews your request and after approval the meds are delivered to your doorstep at no extra cost.
If you have insurance most will cover the cost of birth control, others may require a copay. For people who have no health insurance you are still able to use Nurx and they will recommend the most cost effective brand for your budget.
Currently the app serves the following states: CA, NY, DC, WA, IL, VA, and PA. Nurx has plans to expand to more locations so there is no harm in signing up for the app now.
Sign up for the app and you’ll receive a $45 credit by using the promo code “DonaldTrump.” The credit is good for up to three months.
The company’s beginnings were inspired by the horrendous 2016 election and Donald Trump’s attack on the Affordable Care Act.
Donald Trump has said repeatedly that he wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and that would mean that millions of women would lose access to free birth control. This motivated us to figure out a way to help make contraception even more accessible, – co-founder and CEO Hans Gangeskar
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