Suzy (suzy_hendrix) wrote in nuva_ring,
Suzy
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Does anyone have experience buying the Nuvaring online?

The Affordable Care Act in the US just kicked in for me as of my new insurance plan on 5/1. My Nuvaring costs $100 without insurance, and used to not be covered at all under my insurance. With the new plan it's $86. I love the Nuvaring, I've been on it for 10 years now, but it's just too damn expensive and I was counting on getting my birth control for free, but it looks like that's not happening.

I've heard a lot of people say they order them in 3s online, but I can't tell which Canadian pharmacies are legit.

I checked the memories but didn't see a post. Any tips?
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I'm also told that the reply I just posted was marked as spam - not sure if others can see it, or simply can't reply to it.
I can't see it.
A test: canadadrugs (dot) com
I've used canadadrugs (dot) com for getting the Nuvaring. They used to be RxCareGlobal and got bought in the middle of my prescription, but they still have good service.

Chrome gives me a warning when I go to their site, but it appears to be the correct site - I can login and they have my past orders on file.

Their prices has gone up to about $40/ring when ordered as a 3-pack. There are other sites that seem to offer it cheaper, but I don't have any experience with them.