Frequently Asked Questions about Bayer WHC

    Log into your account at to track the status of your order and choose the method by which you order regularly for status availability.

    Yes. Depending on your patient’s insurance plan, offices can order Kyleena, Mirena, and Skyla through a Specialty Pharmacy.


    Specialty Pharmacies may be able to bill your patient’s insurance company directly for the IUD. In this case, your office bills only for the clinical services related to insertion. The remaining share of the cost is billed by the Specialty Pharmacy.


    Here is a list of participating Specialty Pharmacies you can order from:



    There are co-pay assistance options for your patients. Click here for information on how to provide eligible patients with co-pay assistance.

    Yes, Bayer does have a patient assistance program that provides Kyleena, Mirena and Skyla IUDs at no cost for eligible patients. Patients without insurance can check to see if they qualify for the program by visiting for information and eligibility requirements.


    Please note that while Bayer may provide Kyleena, Mirena or Skyla IUDs at no cost to patients, the cost of the insertion and removal of the IUD may incur a cost for the patient.