(Closed) Birth control implant removal

posted 3 years ago in Wellness
Post # 2
318 posts
Helper bee

Oh dang.  I love mine!  I am on my 3rd one, but I have heard people having this problem.  :-/  Sorry it is happening to you.  

I just had mine removed and replaced in June.  With insurance for removal and insertion, I paid a grand total of $37 with the insertion costing $0 and the removal costing $0.  It was the office visit I had to pay for haha.  

However, they billed my insurance company $320 for removal.  I suspect that is what I would have paid for removal without insurance.  

If you don’t have insurance, I would suggest seeing if Planned Parenthood would do it.  If you do, I would call your OB/GYN and see if they can get a quote on what it will cost you out-of-pocket before you commit to anything.  

Post # 3
183 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I have had 2 impalanon and I currently have explanon. I rarely get my period with either, but I know everyone is different. My insurance covered the implanting and removal, so check with them and see if they will pay for it?

Post # 4
2122 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Call your insurance company, and they can give you a better idea of coverage if you have it, but with the health care reform  contraceptives are covered at 100% and generally thats for Insertion and removal. This is assuming you are in the U.S. Though.

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