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Hi everyone I just went to my doctor who referred me to a fertility specialist. I need to get insurance that will help me pay for some of this because it looks like it's going to be very expensive. Can someone please tell me what some good companies are that aren't too expensive. Thank you
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359321 tn?1278268890
I believe that most insurance cover for the diagnosing of infertility but not treatment for it.
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655897 tn?1328018445
I think stillwaiting is right.  I am losing my Cobra plan benefits in a few month.  I paid for this plan since I left my job in May of 2007 because it is a good plan and voers for all monitoring and ultrasounds.  In Oct. I will have to be moved onto my husband's plan with is an HMO, Keystone East plan and it covers maternity but no fertility doctor visits at all.  The man from the insurance company said that there is no individual plan that would cover fertily.  It can get very expensive.
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763297 tn?1281379425
Thank you everyone for your comments. I had no idea until yesterday that there is no insurance for infertility. :(
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