Ask your gynaecologist about the "plan de procreacion responsable." It's free birth control pills. Obviously, you'll need a prescription from a doctor. Mine gives me three months worth at a time. If I understand correctly, it's a government program, so I don't know how much your obra social will have to do with it.
My Dr just gave me a prescription for Diva Total today (which the pharmacy told me isn't covered by my insurance...) and it appears to be the same formula as Yaz. Why is yaz so awful? I'm nervous now...
Just wanted to write a quick update and say that I was able to find the Nuvaring at my local Farmacity. The problem, I think, is that the Nuvaring needs to be stored in the refrigerator, and not every pharmacy has one. I had to go around to several places, before checking out Farmacity. Hope this helps!
It is mandatory to a pharmacy to have a fridge in perfect working conditions. One of the main duties of the pharmacist in charge is to measure the temperature of the refrigerator at least twice a day to maintain the cold chain. It has to be between 2 to 8 Centigrades. If a pharmacy doesnt have a working refrigerator, the pharmacy will be closed to the public, as written by rules of the Ministry of Health, following international guidelines (World Health Organization)