The cost of using a Kyleena IUD is approximately $100 Canadian dollars. This is considering your insurance covers at least partially the cost of a Kyleena IUD at 80% and so you are left to pay only what’s is left from the total cost of this device and you have public health insurance.


Kyleena IUD Cost in British Columbia: Vancouver, Surrey and others

For example here in British Columbia, insertion is covered by our public health insurance, so just show your BC Health card to your doctor to save on the cost of insertion. If your insurance coverage is other than 80%, use this this cost calculator here to calculate the exact cost of a Kyleena IUD for you. See a Kyleena IUD cost calculator here. There’s also a dispensing fee charged by your pharmacy, with us here at PocketPills is 0.00 If ordering online, you should consider shipping costs as well. We deliver for Free in Canada so you do not need to worry about the a delivery fee.

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How much a Kyleena IUD costs without coverage?

The cost of Kyleena without any health insurance at all is approximately $576.45 in Canada at best including the cost of Kyleena, pharmacy dispensing fees, delivery fees and visits to your doctor. This is how we came up with this cost for Kyleena without insurance for you. Consider the price of Kyleena is $409.45, pharmacy dispensing fee at .00, cost of delivery $0.00 if you buy it at your local pharmacy or order from PocketPills plus last a fee of $160.00 to insert Kyleena by your doctor. This cost does not include pre-examinations or post-insertion medical visits.

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Kyleena IUD is a long term birth control solution with minimum maintenance costs 

Kyleena IUD is one of three Intrauterine devices (IUDs) available in Canada. Kyleena is a long-term birth control solution for those looking for a maintenance-free contraception option. Kyleena is manufactured by Bayer and is part of the same family as Mirena and Skyla.  It is a soft, flexible plastic insert in a T shape form. Once inserted by a medical professional.


When was Kyleena introduced to Canada? Is it available everywhere in Canada? 

Health Canada approved the use of Kyleena in early 2018 which can reduce what it could cost for you.

Public coverage with price subsidies of Kyleena is available in the following provinces:

  • Saskatchewan
  • Alberta
  • Prince Edward Island
  • New Brunswick
  • Nova Scotia
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • Ontario Drug Benefit Program
  • Quebec
  • Newfoundland and Labrador

You can enquire about the private coverage with your doctor.


How do I get Kyleena in Canada?

Kyleena requires a prescription as well as an appointment with a medical professional for insertion. This is required because Kyleena is a medical device that needs to be inserted with caution and accuracy by a medical professional to ensure your wellbeing and incrase its effectiveness.

You should also discuss your desire to get Kyleena with your medical professional to ensure this IUD is the ideal choice for you. An assessment of your medical history and individual needs will help determine if Kyleena is right for you. You can buy Kyleena from us. See how to order it here.


Do you ovulate with Kyleena IUD?

Yes, you still continue to ovulate while using Kyleena. How come you still ovulate while on Kyleena? Well, Kyleena prevents pregnancy by thickening the cervical mucus that avoids penetration of sperms. It also makes the uterine environment unfavorable for sperm survival. So, as it does not affect your ovulation, you do ovulate with Kyleena IUD in place. Many women who use a hormonal IUD will continue to ovulate, however, their cycle may be disrupted depending on the hormonal dosage of the IUD inserted. This is not very common with Kyleena. 

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