What does Health Insurance for IVF Cover ?

Monday, October 29, 2012
Deciding to do IVF can be a pretty pricy decision. Depending on the clinic you go to an IVF can cost up to about $9,000 per cycle * Not including medication, office visits and any additional cycles needed* . Health Insurance Coverage for IVF is recommended to keep the cost down for you and your family.


What does Health Insurance for IVF Cover ? The average Health Provider covers ...
  • Clinic Visits
  • Sonograms
  • IVF Procedure
  • IUI Procure
  • Medications

 States with some kind of infertility coverage mandate - as of 2008
Arkansas
Illinois
Montana
Rhode Island
California
Louisiana
New Jersey
Texas
Connecticut
Maryland
New York
West Virginia
Hawaii
Massachusetts
Ohio


As you may already know I exhausted my Current Health Insurance on 3 IUIs and today is the day I switch to another health provider that my job offers. If everything goes correctly by January 1 I will have the coverage I need to go straight to an IVF. If you live in one of the states above and you exhausted your current health insurance, see if your company have another choice you can switch to at the end of the year. We have the right to change our Job's health plan if we decide to. If you live in the NEW YORK CITY area then Re- enrollment time is NOW ! So get involved and ask around, if you can switch then do so in order for you to have more chances to have a baby .

Try a different clinic, maybe a fresh pair of eyes is want you need. Stay opened minded, instead of doing another 4 or 6 IUI, move on to IVF and give that a try if your coverage allows it. You still have options so weigh them out and do some research it might guide you to the next step your going to take.

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