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    Default Mirena cost

    Those of you who hàve a mirena how much did it cost you? Which chemist ( if a chain) did you get it from?

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    Hi, my mirena cost me $5.90 or whatever the concession rate is without concession is much more expensive. Then I paid $10 at the family planning centre to have it put in. Pretty cheap if you have concession.

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    Yep super cheap if you have a concession card or around $30 if you have to pay full price but still pretty cheap for long term contraception. Mirena didn't work for me and now I pay $75 for a pill that isn't on the pbs

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    I got quoted 240 for the mirena and the insertion and consultation costs at my gyno clinic
    Pretty good for upto 5 years effectiveness!

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    $30 and I had it inserted by the GP, so normal GP fees. Mine was from Priceline.

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    Mine was around $30 with a script from the gp. Apparently it costs more without a script.

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    Mine was around $30 from the GP. I had to have it inserted under a general, most was covered by my private health, think I was out of pocket about $200.

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    It cost me about $250 which included the mirena and having it done under a GA.

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    Got mine from priceline with script $35. Had it inserted whilst having another gyno op so no charge for that part but my GP inserts them also.

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    I eventually got mine from chemist warehouse for $36.


 

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