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Unfortunately, most insurance companies do not cover fertility monitors, however, I am not sure why this is. Natural fertility management (for planning and assisting getting pregnant, or avoiding pregnancy naturally) should be considered an important first step in reproductive health maintenance. Many 'self insured' companies will offer coverage for fertility monitors, as they tend to me slightly more liberal and broad in terms of coverage. It all depends on how the employer set up the program.
Contacting insurance companies to demand more robust coverage is always a good idea, but in these times of contracting health care coverage, I think it is safe to assume that a successful campaign would require a large number of women to collectively petition.

December 29, 2009 - 9:59am


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