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post #21 of 26
You may want to talk to your Doc about the insurance codes that they use. If you are having pelvic pain, heavy periods or whatever they can say it is for that and not infertility. I was able to get 2 surgeries and a lot of the tests covered that way because things had to be fixed whether I was ttc or not.

Good Luck!!!
post #22 of 26
I just had an HSG done 2 months ago. Although it only cost me $15 (my co-pay) since it is covered by my insurance company, I know that the "medical claim" submitted by the hospital to the insurance company was for $525.
post #23 of 26
I actually just got my bill from the doctor. The insurance is suppose to cover diagnostic, but didn't cover this. For some reason it showed as 2 US and the test and the grand total (brace yourself) was $940!!!!! YIKES! I'm hoping that is an error and the insurance will cover some thing... but so far no luck. I think we're going to have to find a cheaper doctor.
post #24 of 26
Amfurore: maybe you can ask your doctor to resubmit. My insurance only covers diagnostic, not treatment, and they covered it. It was around 6 or 700 I think.
Good luck.
post #25 of 26

cost of an HSG

Okay, I have an appointment on Monday march 17th to get an HSG test done and the cost of it is $1,000.00 up front. But of course my insurance doesn't cover anything that has to do with infertility!!
post #26 of 26

really where did you go?

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