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* For oral contraceptives (birth control pills), the easiest option is to visit a pharmacy.<ref name="condiscon_honduras">[https://www.jstor.org/stable/41310704?read-now=1&seq=2#page_scan_tab_contents Contraceptive Discontinuation among Honduran Women Who Use Reversible Methods]</ref> The pills are sold over-the-counter.
* Some forms of contraception, such as IUDs, may require that you visit a hospital or clinic. There are public or private options.
* [http://www.ashonplafa.org/ The Honduran Associacion for Family Planning (ASHONPLAFA)]: They're a local affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood Association, and they're one of the main suppliers of contraceptives to people in Honduras. You can find 24-hour service at the Alameda clinics in Tegucigalpa, Santa Rosa de Copán, Swiss Hospital in La Ceiba and at their Firenze clinic in San Pedro Sula, though their pharmacies may not be open 24 hours. You can contact a local clinic for details or visit them directly. Address: Ashonplafa Main Office Telephone: (504) 2232-3959, 2239-9695; Fax. 2232-5140 Address: Col. Alameda, Avenida principal, Tegucigalpa, MDC, Honduras; Email: Central@ashonplafa.org
When we talked to one private clinic ([https://www.facebook.com/DraAmabilis/ Dra. Amabilis Fuentes] (Call +504 9957- 5468), we were quoted the following price for an IUD : 1000lps (July 2019)
==Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill)==
* When we talked to
one private clinic ([https://www.facebook.com/DraAmabilis/ Dra. Amabilis Fuentes] (Call +504 9957-5468), we were quoted the following price for a consultation, including a gynecological exam: 700 lps (July 2019)