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See for Yourself

Mirena is an IUD made of soft, flexible plastic that’s placed into your uterus by a healthcare provider.

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Kim’s StoryKim’s Story

Kim wanted birth control
with no daily routine.

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Kim’s Story

Kim wanted birth control with no daily routine.

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See for YourselfSee for Yourself

Effective birth control that lasts for as
long as Kim wants, for up to 5 years.

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A Mother’s Thoughts

A mother considers her reasons
for choosing Mirena.

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Kim’s StoryKim’s Story

Kim wanted birth control
with no daily routine.

Start Talking About Mirena

Use this guide to ask your doctor if Mirena is right for you.

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Kim’s Story

See why Kim chose Mirena.

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Getting Mirena For Free

Mirena may now be available to you at $0 cost if you have health insurance. Based on the updated healthcare law called the Affordable Care Act, many insurance companies now cover the cost of birth control. For many women, this means no co-pays, no deductibles, and no out-of-pocket costs for birth control, including Mirena.

Learn about your coverage

There are more than 100 health insurance providers that now cover the cost of Mirena, including product cost and your placement and removal appointments. Some of these plans are:
Aetna
Cigna
Coventry
HealthNet
Highmark
Humana
Kaiser
United
WellPoint
Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS)*

*The majority of BCBS-affiliated plans.

Even if your health insurance provider is listed here, the details of your plan may vary. It is important to verify your specific benefits and coverage by asking your health insurance provider if Mirena is covered under the new Affordable Care Act.

Contact your provider

When contacting your health insurance provider to find out if Mirena is covered for you, follow these easy steps.

If the cost of Mirena is covered by your insurance plan, talk to your doctor and consider making an appointment to have Mirena placed at no cost to you.

If your insurance provider does not cover the cost of Mirena, you still have options.

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