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August 23, 2012

Here’s a reblog of a post from last year.

At the end of 2009, we got a call from the egg donor coordinator at CWRC, Alyssa, who wanted to know if there was anything she could do to move the process along for us. We were finally ready to go financially, and I was feeling renewed physically and mentally. But, it was time to call my insurance company, Aetna, again.

My first call had been in July, 2008 to get “pre-certified”  (i.e., to give them a heads-up so they could be prepared to deny my claims), and now it was time to check back in to let them know that treatment was about to begin. Most of the pretesting consists of “routine” diagnostic testing and is covered for anyone, not just someone seeking IVF. But once we matched, the rest of the treatment would need to be approved so that we could get reimbursed for the $7,500 that…

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