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    Insurance question for second iui baby


    After 4 rounds of Clomid and iui my husband and I are lucky enough to have a health baby boy. We are staying to think about number 2. We have moved and changed jobs and insurance. I know these things change all the time and can be dependant on whoever sees the claim, but I was wondering what other people have experienced. We have unexplained infertility, had tried for 4 years before seeing an rei and worked with one for 9 months before getting pregnant. My insurance will cover meds and ultrasounds. Will we have to ttc on our own for another year to get stuff paid for? Or have other people had their insurance accept a previous documented diagnosis?

    Also is the limit of 6 Clomid rounds lifetime or within a certain amount of time?

    Thank you so much!

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    My insurance accepted previous diagnosis. My insurance didn't limit Clomid; my dr did, so I would ask dr. FX!

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