Will insurance companies pay for tubal reversal?
It depends on the policy and what was specifically covered in the terms of the contract, but generally, most policies will not cover a tubal reversal. The tubal was, in the first place, a deliberate action in an effort to prevent a medical condition; yes, pregnancy is a medical condition. By the standards of most insurance companies, it will be effectively impossible to get them to cover reversal of a tubal ligation.
The main issue in determining coverage is whether the procedure is "medically necessary". If it is, according to a physician, there is a better chance of coverage than if it is elective.
Is tubal reversal covered on medical insurance in Ontario Canada and do you have to pay for it you need answers please can anyone help?
No. Very few insurance companies and no state provided insurance covers tubal reversal surgery. It is not deemed a necessary surgery and falls into the elective category meaning that if you want it you will have to pay for it out of pocket. Many fertility specialists have payment plans and there are now companies that give loans for infertility treatments.
Sorry to say, you can't purchase any insurance that will cover a tubal reversal. The only way insurance covers it if your employer puts it on your coverage plan.... That's the way understood it. I'm going threw the same thing. Some hospitals and doctors will break their fee in half if you don't have any insurance that's what mine is doing!!!!
If you are having an abdominal myomectomy can you also have a tubal ligation reversal at the same time?
Most insurance carriers that are public or government funded will NOT pay for a tubal. It is considered a vanity expense or non medical and therefore you will have to pay out of pocket for it your self. Many sterilizations are also considered vanity or not medically necessary and many insurance companies deny claims. Makes no sense to me since a pack of birth control pills are about 60 dollars a month and after you…
I don't think so that Medicaid pay for tubal reversal but yes you can free consult with Dr.morice in Louisiana. He is providing tubal reversal surgery services in morgan city, Louisiana; Here is contact information: Phone: (985)-702-BABY (2229) Fax (985)-384-0329 Address: 1216 Victor II Blvd, Suite 100, Morgan City, La., 70380
I am not aware of any insurance company anywhere that will cover this type of procedure. Health insurance is made to pay for medically necessary costs. Elective procedures will not be covered by any health insurance policy. Just like a breast enlargement or cosmetic surgery are elective, the individual will be responsible for paying for this themselves.
Most health insurance will not pay for this surgery. The reason for this is that it is an elective surgery. Elective surgery is not generally covered on health insurance as it is your choice to have the surgery. For this reason if you want the surgery it usually requires that you pay for it yourself. The same occurs with cosmetic surgery and most expenses that are not deemed medically necessary. Read your health insurance policy…
Where can you get a reversal done in Ontario Canada and will you have to pay for it or can it be covered on your medical insurance?
Generally, no insurance plans cover the cost of vasectomy reversal if it is done for fertility purposes. Several states in the US mandate fertility coverage by insurance and in these states, insurance plans other than Medicaid may cover the cost of reversals. If the reversal procedure is being done to eliminate post-vasectomy pain, then they can be covered by insurance plans.
Your insurance through your employer is your primary insurance, and your spouse's primary insurance is through his/her employer. If both husband and wife are insured on both insurance policies, then you have primary and secondary coverage. But you will still have to pay any deductibles and co-pays before either policy will pay. The deductible is the amount you first have to pay (usually at the first of the year) before the insurance will pay anything…