Insurance and Egg Freezing

Most insurance companies do not cover elective medical procedures such as egg freezing. However, your insurance company may cover some parts of the procedure.

First check with the fertility clinic to make sure your insurance is a participating provider. Then check with your insurance company (or the fertility clinic may do this for you) to see if they will cover any part of the procedure such as:

  • the initial consultation
  • prescreening blood tests
  • ultrasound
  • any medications

If you are about to undergo treatment for cancer, your insurance may offer coverage for fertility preservation.

Talk to your insurance company and ask questions at your fertility clinic to make sure that you are getting the most out of your insurance coverage .

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