Can I get an IUD for free or low-cost? There’s a good chance you can get an IUD for free (or for a reduced price) if you have health insurance. Because of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), most insurance plans must cover all methods of birth control, including IUDs.
How much is an IUD without insurance coverage?
Without using insurance, IUDs can be expensive, though. The cost can range between $500-$1,300. The good news is that lots of Planned Parenthood health centers offer programs to make it more affordable for people who don’t have or can’t use insurance.
How much does a 10 year IUD cost?
Thinking About Getting an IUD? There are 5 to Choose From
|Lasts for||5 years (7 years off-label)||10 years (12 years off-label)|
|Device size||32 x 32 mm²||32 x 36 mm²|
Can a 13 year old get an IUD?
Yep, teens can totally get IUDs. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends IUDs as one of the best kinds of birth control for teens to get. That’s because they’re the best at preventing pregnancy and all you have to do is get one inserted and it sits there doing all the work for you for up to 3-12 years.
How does the 10 year IUD work?
The ParaGard IUD can remain in place in your uterus for up to 10 years. Short strings connected to the device extend beyond the cervix into the vagina and allow for device removal. ParaGard is typically inserted in a health care provider’s office.
Is the implant free?
You can get the contraceptive implant for free, even if you’re under 16, from: contraception clinics. sexual health or genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics.