In social media posts, women have been warning each other that their access to birth control might dwindle once the president-elect takes office.
Donald Trump promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The law mandates that insurers provide coverage for all FDA approved birth control methods without co-payment or coinsurance.
Without that mandate, women may have to pay for their birth control.
Neither Trump nor Congress have revealed a detailed plan of what would replace the ACA.
For now, the Affordable Care Act is in place and enrollment will still be available through January 31.