PRESCRIPTION FOR EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION
If you live in San Francisco and you're worried because you just had sex and might be pregnant (no birth control, the condom broke, you've missed a shot, etc.), you can get emergency contraception, also called Plan B, over-the-counter without a prescription if you're over 18.
Private insurance, MediCal, and Family Pact cover the cost of the medicine,
but if you go to the pharmacy without a prescription, you may be charged an
extra $10 consult fee. You will not have to pay the extra $10 if you use the
prescription below. If you're 17 or under, you still need a prescription to get Plan B. You'll
need to see a doctor (at City Clinic, or your own doctor) in order to get a
MORE INFO ON PLAN B
FILL IN THE INFORMATION BELOW, THEN CLICK "GET A PRESCRIPTION". SELECT A PHARMACY FROM THE PULL-DOWN MENU ON THE NEXT PAGE AND CLICK FAX, OR PRINT OUT THE PRESCRIPTION AND TAKE IT TO YOUR LOCAL PHARMACY.
IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY PREGNANT, SUSPECT YOU ARE PREGNANT, HAVE UNDIAGNOSED ABNORMAL GENITAL BLEEDING, OR KNOWN SENSITIVITIES TO ANY COMPONENT OF THE PRODUCT, CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE TAKING THIS MEDICATIONS. QUESTIONS? CALL (415) 487-5595.
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