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In Mongolia, you can obtain condoms and oral contraceptives (birth control pills) without a prescription at pharmacies or clinics.[1] [2] You can access other forms of contraception, such as intra-urine devices (IUDS) and contraceptive injectables, at certain hospitals and clinics as well. However, Mongolian pharmacies have historically experienced stock-outs, especially in Ulaanbaatar, so contraceptives may not be available at certain pharmacies. Furthermore, there has reportedly been a lack of contraceptives available at youth-friendly clinics, so you may need to contact more than one clinic to find the contraceptive services you desire.[3]