How much does NuvaRing cost?
November 17, 2009 11:16 PM   Subscribe

How much does the NuvaRing cost without insurance?

I'm considering whether or not to pay for COBRA. The only real medical expense I have regularly is for my NuvaRing. Does anyone know how much it costs without insurance, so I can decide if it's worth paying for COBRA until I find a new job? With my prescription coverage, it's only been $20.
posted by amandarose to Health & Fitness (12 answers total)
 
Call your local pharmacy and ask them. It will vary from business to business and state to state.
posted by keribear at 11:29 PM on November 17, 2009


$77.35 at drugstore.com, but you might be able to get it cheaper at Planned Parenthood or a county health department.
posted by needs more cowbell at 11:30 PM on November 17, 2009


$62 at walgreens in chicago.
posted by anthropomorphic at 11:41 PM on November 17, 2009


I had an issue with my insurance awhile back and at Target, it turned out that three months was about $250. I'd also look into insurance programs through your state or county. They often have one specifically for birth control you might qualify for.
posted by autoclavicle at 11:43 PM on November 17, 2009


That was a Target in Minneapolis, BTW
posted by autoclavicle at 11:43 PM on November 17, 2009


$250 for four months in Ohio.
posted by biochemist at 12:44 AM on November 18, 2009


Planned Parenthood sells it at very reduced costs.
posted by one_bean at 1:18 AM on November 18, 2009


I paid either $10 or $15 a month at a Planned Parenthood in NY. No insurance.
posted by kate blank at 3:26 AM on November 18, 2009


Planned Parenthood is probably your best bet. I paid $30 for mine, but even better if you can get it for $10-15 as kate blank does.
posted by radiomayonnaise at 4:18 AM on November 18, 2009


I will interject that you should consider what its worth to continue on COBRA so you don't lose your "continuation of coverage." This is especially important if you have an pre-existing conditions that you need to have covered on your new plan. You say that there's no other medical expenses but I thought I'd just throw this out there just in case.
posted by Bunglegirl at 8:46 AM on November 18, 2009


It might pay to give a quick call to your Dr. Because my insurance doesn't cover it, he gives me free samples for 3 months at a time. All I have to do is give a quick call when I run out and they tell me to stop in to restock.
posted by prettymightyflighty at 9:02 AM on November 18, 2009 [1 favorite]


Update: The NuvaRing was about $70 from my local pharmacy, and the NYC Planned Parenthood I contacted doesn't carry it at all. Thanks, everyone, for the answers!
posted by amandarose at 4:07 PM on January 15, 2010


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