Who is not appropriate for Mirena
Use of Mirena is contraindicated in women with: known or suspected pregnancy and cannot be used for post-coital contraception; congenital or acquired uterine anomaly, including fibroids if they distort... Continue below
Depending on a patient’s insurance coverage, offices may be able to order Mirena through a Specialty Pharmacy.
Specialty Pharmacies may be able to bill the insurance company directly for Mirena. In this case, the office bills only for the clinical services related to insertion. The remaining share of the cost is billed by the Specialty Pharmacy.
In the continental US
In Hawaii (Neighbor Islands)
In Hawaii (Oahu)
Patients without insurance may qualify for Bayer’s patient assistance program—ARCH (Access and Resources in Contraceptive Health). This program provides Bayer IUDs, including Mirena, at no cost to eligible women in the United States who do not have private health insurance coverage or Medicaid and who have been prescribed a Bayer IUD.
Visit www.archpatientassistance.com for information about eligibility requirements and the application process.