ANNOVERA combines attributes
of short- and long-term contraceptives
- Not long-acting
- Daily use required
- Reversible and procedure-free
- Empowers women to control their fertility and menstruation*
- Require a procedure for insertion and removal
- Not reversible by the patient
ANNOVERA is covered
by the majority of health plans
Most patients pay $0
Patients with a copayment responsibility pay as little as $0† for a full year of birth control*
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- 5. Skyla® [Full Prescribing Information]. Whippany, NJ: Bayer; 2018.
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