‡Less than 1 pregnancy per 100 women who used NEXPLANON for 1 year.
§NEXPLANON must be removed by the end of the third year and may be replaced by another NEXPLANON at the time of removal, if continued contraceptive protection is desired.
LARC = long-acting reversible contraception.
The implant for NEXPLANON is shown in the image above. Actual implant length is 4 cm.
Due to the Affordable Care Act, NEXPLANON may be available to many of your patients at
$0 out-of-pocket expense1,2,II
||The cost of NEXPLANON depends on a patient’s insurance plan. Some patients may have coverage for NEXPLANON with out-of-pocket expenses, including a deductible, co-payment, or other charges. Patients may pay additional charges in connection with the insertion and/or removal of NEXPLANON (eg, office visit co-pay). You should confirm each patient’s coverage and cost-sharing obligations with the relevant payer.