IUD costs are one of the most frequently asked questions IUD’s. The great answer is that the IUD will most likely be free if you have commercial insurance. These insurance plans include companies such as Aetna, Banner Health Network, Cigna, Humana and United Health Care. IUD devices include Skyla, Mirena, Kyleena, Liletta, and Paragard.
If you are self-pay costs can vary. That is why it is important to find a provider that discloses costs. At Embry Women’s Health, we have a set fee schedule for patients wanting an IUD.
Steps Associated with an IUD
When you are getting an IUD device there are several steps. This includes the initial appointment with an STD test, the actual insertion, and a post insertion followup. At Embry Women’s Health, we want to ensure patient success with the IUD device. One of the best ways to avoid potential side effects is a simple STD test.
Types of IUD Devices
There are five types of IUD Devices available in the United States. Bayer produces three of the IUD devices including Skyla, Mirena, and Kyleena. Check out the wholesale cost of the three Bayer devices below. These are taken directly from the publicly available Bayer website here. The Liletta device is produced by Allergan. They also make the cost available publicly here. As you can see device costs vary. However, you should ensure that your provider is charging you a fair price for the IUD device. As of summer 2018, they should match the prices here. But, the best part is that it will not matter for you with commercial insurance.
Regardless if you have commercial insurance or will be paying out of pocket Embry Women’s Health offers a seamless process with transparent pricing.