I am lucky enough to have had insurance that covered an IUD, the more expensive and non-hormonal copper one. It was $750 out of pocket and I was reimbursed $325 from my insurance company. So, just by that reasoning, TWELVE women would be covered and it would last them at least a DECADE! Just by that virtue alone, you have saved so many of those precious pennies, dear worried tax payers! I know that the other type of IUD is less expensive, so in the long run, this option is not only easier and cheaper, but provides one of the ONLY non-hormonal means of birth control and is LESS expensive in the long run. Sounds like a win-win to me.
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