You have to get a prescription from a doctor.
To get a brith control ring, like the NuvaRing, you will need a prescription from your doctor. This prescription can then be filled at your local pharmacy.
Not all types of birth control need a prescription. Condoms, female condoms, the birth control sponge, and spermicide are among them even though their controlling effects are somehow less than ones with a prescription.
No you do not need a prescription for these drugs in Chile.
One year. After that, the pharmacy won't fill the prescription.
Oral contraceptives are available only with a physician's prescription
In the US, the birth control pill, patch, ring, IUD, injection, diaphragm, and cervical cap require a prescription. Femcap, male and female condoms, the sponge, and contraceptive jelly do not require a prescription.
The birth control patch is by prescription only in the US. Your women's health or primary care provider can set up a prescription for you.
No,you will need to have a pelvic exam and a doctors prescription for birth control.
Not in the US
You can get birth control pills from any pharmacy. In the US, they require a prescription.
Yes, birth control pills require a prescription in the US.
Yes, from your gynecologist. But if it's an emergency, you can get a prescription in the ER for the day after pill
Is normal. You have to get a doctor's prescription regardless of your age.
No, i can inhibit pregnancy if you follow the prescription.
Yes. Any prescription can.
In the US, it's by prescription only.
With a doctor's prescription Birth Control Pills can be legally purchased from online pharmacies.You don't have a prescription? In that case, you must visit a doctor or public health clinic.
Yes you need a prescription, and you can get it from a doctor and women can get birth control pills.
Yep.No. All birth control medications require a prescription.
Drug testing is not a normal part of getting a prescription for birth control.
In the US, birth control pills are by prescription only, so your girlfriend must see a health care provider for a prescription. Once she has a prescription, you can pick them up for her. Contraceptive pills are offered at Planned Parenthood locations at low cost or free of charge.
Tell your doctor that you want birth control pills. Some doctors will prescribe the pills for persons seeking to under go gender reassignment surgery. That or there are several pharamacy sites online where you can order birth control legally without a prescription since the medication comes from India in these cases and a prescription is'nt required there.
Yes a prescription is required as Meridia is classified under the weight control category. More pertinent info can be found @ genericmeridia.com
Birth control pills can be got at the chemists shop with a doctors prescription.