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Does medical insurance cover for ivf?

2 doctor answers7 doctors weighed in
Dr. Allen Seely
General Practice 31 years experience
IVF =NOT covered: Unfortunately, medical insurance in not interested in 'fertility' issues, therefore in-vitro fertilization is usually 'out-of-pocket'.
Dr. Lee Hickok
Fertility Medicine 37 years experience
IVF : For most it does not.

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A 18-year-old female asked:

Is there any insurance that covers IVF services?

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Dr. Dheeraj Raina
Psychiatry 29 years experience
It's complicated: Only an health insurance broker would be able to answer that question. Because each insurance company has hundreds and perhaps thousands of plans it offers depending on contracts with individuals or their employers. For example, you and a friend working for 2 different employers in the same city may both have bcbs, but benefits might be different. Ask an insurance broker. Hope this helps.
A 30-year-old member asked:

What insurances cover ivf?

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Dr. Foster Carr
General Practice 33 years experience
Depends on State: 13 states currently mandate coverage of infertility problems. See http://attainivf.Com/ivf-insurance for a listing

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