The depo provera shot can be taken while breastfeeding and is needed every 3 months. If you get it within 6 weeks of delivery it can reduce your milk supply. I'm not sure how expensive it is though
I've gone on the depo after all three of my babies right away and it never effected my milk supply. My doctors have said it doesn't have any effect on your supply. One of the times I was on it I didn't have insurance and I think it was around $60 each time but cost is going to depend on your clinic, at my clinic I just had a nurse appointment to get it each time. Other long term birth controls are the IUD, there is one with hormones and one without, they are good for 5 years. There is also implanion (sp?). Its a little implant they put in your upper arm and I believe its good for 5 years too.
I'm getting the implanon. It's a lil rod inserted in your ARM. It lasts up to 3 years. Also not sure $$ but I'm sure it varies from state to state.
My doctor wanted me to get the mirena and I told him NO THANK YOU ,he kept insisting but I'm not very fond of it at all ,so it won't be happening,and I also don't want pills because thats how I got pregnant lasr time because I missed a day ,so idk what birth control to get either /: my cousin yold me the one in the arm is very good (she got it) she said it hurt a little afterward but not too much,but idk.
If you are worried about cost you can go to planned parenthood and say you don't have insurance. I got the nuva ring for free but I think they charge based on your income. I'm sure they have several options too.
I personally am against the depo shot i had too many problems with it including a misscarriage in 2009. I chose not to use a birth control after having my daughter but if u go to your local health department they do have planned parenthood that should help if not cover ur birth control choice. my sil had the one in her arm n she lovvvved it