My Insurance has E2 and FSH Requirement...do my results indicate I will get denied??
(no login) Posted Aug 14, 2011 2:54 PM
Hi Anon and anyone else that might be able to chime in.
My insurance does have E2 and FSH requirement. E2 must be
I have heard Tufts is very strict and I want to be prepared for a rejection incase this is what ends up happening.
Below is a copy/paste of IVF coverage rules under my insurance
a ART is a covered benefit for females who demonstrate infertility as a disease, and or whom fertility is otherwise expected as a natural state (e.g. women
(Note: Clomiphene Citrate Challenge Test (CCCT) needs to be completed annually with the day 3 FSH test repeated every 6 months for any woman > 40 years of age.)
b. Age related infertility is not a covered benefit, and is demonstrated by an abnormal CCCT in women > age 40. This is defined by:
1) Cycle Days 3 and/or 10 FSH levels >15 mIU/ml and/or the day 3 Estradiol Level >80pg/mL (for women age 40 and 41). or
2) Cycle Days 3 and/or 10 FSH levels >12 mIU/ml and/or the day 3 Estradiol level >80 pg/mL (for women age >42).
c. ART using a woman¡¯s own eggs continues to be the treatment of choice for women