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Ahmad Khasan asked 1 month ago

🧬Should Health Insurance Cover Infertility Treatments?

Most health insurances do not cover infertility treatment. Meanwhile, this coverage is essential to most of the insurance holders.

When an insurance cover infertility treatment, the feature is not complete. For example, when an insurance cover in vitro fertilization, it does not provide the coverage for injections that the women also require.

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In your opinion, does health insurance should provide infertility treatment?

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9 Answers
Jackson Mugarura answered 1 month ago

I think health insurance should be extended to cover all health related issues. Why should it cover some and leave other health issues?

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Jackson Mugarura answered 1 month ago

Currently I don’t have any health insurance policy but it’s a surprise that such a policy leaves out some aspects.

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Gareth White answered 1 month ago

I think it should be a pick and mix scenario, where you can pick the things you want and that are applicable to your circumstances.

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Kenneth Ogbonnaya answered 1 month ago

Yes, health insurance should cover infertility treatment

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Leno Jean Pierre answered 1 month ago

Infertility treatment is costly, some treatment like IVF (in vitro fertilization) must be covered the the insurers companies.

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Shane Collins answered 3 weeks ago

I feel that health insurance should cover all medical expenses and not just a portion of it.

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Edward Duffy answered 3 weeks ago

I agree with Gareth where it should be an option but I do not agree that fertility treatment be included in the normal health insurance policy. Health insurance in this country is expensive enough and if this was included it would put cover out of reach for those that still have it.

Shane Collins replied 3 weeks ago

Also very true Edward I can see it costing an arm and a leg to pay in the extras if fertility treatments where to be added to a medical fund so maybe leaving the option open is the way to go however it seems to be like something that may need including.

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Kenneth Ogbonnaya answered 3 weeks ago

Yes, they should also cover and see to health infertility treatment.

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Kenneth Ogbonnaya answered 2 weeks ago

Infertility treatment should always been cover and put into consideration more than any other health issue.

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