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Anyone know if Aetna PPO covers any fertility drugs?

Postby tortillachip » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:02 am

Hi there,
I wanted to know if anyone has Aetna and if you are part of their infertility program? What does it entail? I called today and was disconnected several times. Does it cover any fertility drugs, especially injectables?
Thanks!
ME: 41, hydrosalpinx
HUBBY: 39, Perfect!

IVF 1 & 2 BFN
IVF 3 July 2009 BFP! BETA 1: 207 2: 376 3: 932
IVF 4 & 5 July, Sept 2012 BFN

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Re: Anyone know if Aetna PPO covers any fertility drugs?

Postby LauraN » Tue Jan 31, 2012 2:28 am

I not only have aetna but I work there too. I will message you with some questions so that I can help you. It will be later tonight or tomorrow after 2 pm cst
Me- 40 (Tubal),DH- 46 (MF)
DS- 20 & 18 (previous marriage)
IVF#1- Aug 2011-Chemical/MC at 4 1/2 weeks
IVF#2- Dec 2011- M/C at 8w1d
IVF#3- April 2012- BFN
IVF#4- Aug 2012 DE 8/17 ET, beta 8/31- BFN(have 8 frosties)
FET#1-March 11,2013, beta 3/22-
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Re: Anyone know if Aetna PPO covers any fertility drugs?

Postby Trying_At_46 » Mon Feb 13, 2012 9:46 pm

I have Aetna, and they actually have great Infertility coverage (other than they don't cover any donor expenses if you have to go that route). I'm not sure if it may differ by company, but my plan has $7500 lifetime maximum on fertility medications (and unfortunately, with the FSH drugs, that goes fast).
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Re: Anyone know if Aetna PPO covers any fertility drugs?

Postby JacksMom2012 » Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:45 pm

I have the same Aetna coverage and my specific plan had a lifetime cap of 10k on meds (CareMark is my prescription plan) and unlimited on fertility treatments. It was previously a 10k cap on both but changed in 2011 thank god. My employer is Bank of America, so it will probably be specific to your employer
Me-38, Possible blocked tubes but could not confirm without surgery
DH- 47, Low motility due to having a vasectomy for 10 years
1 stepson, 17 yo

IVF #1 July 2010 Chemical
IVF #2 Dec 2010 BFN
FET Mar 2011 BFN
IVF #3 June 2011 BFP, DS born Feb 7, 2012

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