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by Susan Stinson (no login)
Your comment about insurance not paying for the
pill is not entirely true. My insurance did pay for the pill. (with the usual $5 copay) So some of them do. The reason some don't pay for the pill is because of the failure rate of birth control. They wouldn't pay for my depo shot. But it is fairly new and relativly expensive. But I think if people started putting pressure on their employers to get insurance companies that will pay for the pill.
As for the comment regarding tubal reversal, I dont think that the insurance companies should pay. It was the womens decision to have this procedure done in the first place. You go into this surgery with the mind set of never having any more babies. Ever! If a women is not 110% sure that she wants this procedure done, then she should use another form of birth control such as depo or an IUD.
Posted on Nov 9, 1998, 11:45 PM from IP address 18.104.22.168
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