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A 19-year-old female asked:

What insurances cover fertility treatments?

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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine 30 years experience
Different: Insurers and insurance regulations are different in all 50 United States. In any given state there are also different options for employers to purchase 'riders' to cover infertility on their employee insurance plans. You'd need to look at insurers in your own state, and what your employer - if you are working - provides.

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A 25-year-old member asked:

Whats the best health insurance for fertility treatments?

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Dr. Ken Starnes
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--- 10 years experience
Contact HR: This is less a medical question as it is an insurance/benefits question. It depends on where you live, and the available carriers, and what treatments are being considered. F you have insurance, you should contact your benefits department. If you are buying for yourself you might just have to call around, or use an agent.

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