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... I understand what you are going through with the back problems. I am actually in the process of trying to get my insurance to cover breast reduction as well. I'm 25 years old and a 32J. I have to special order all my bras. I'm allergic to the underwires so that basically takes away all the support. ... (2 replies)
... My employer offers all level of health plans. ... (1 replies)
... How to get your health insurance to pay for breast reduction? ... (2 replies)

... Insurance coverage for breast reduction is very dependent on the specific insurance plan under which you are covered. Every insurance company sells thousands of different policies, all with very different limitations and exclusions. The key to approval is that there must be medical necessity. ... (1 replies)
... Firstly, you can't reduce a 34B to a 32B with surgical breast reduction. ... (1 replies)
... eneral physician agreed and sent me to a plastic surgeon for a consultation. The Plastic Surgeon was very good at creating a validating statement to send to the insurance company. So be sure that any physician for plastic surgery you see is eager and willing to advocate for you for insurance approval of breast reduction. ... (3 replies)
... I am looking into getting a breast reduction surgery. I have heard from several people in the past that have had this type of surgery that their medical insurance company covered either all or part of the cost. ... (15 replies)
... It is very dependent on the specific insurance plan under which you are covered. Every insurance company sells thousands of different policies, all with very different limitations and exclusions. ... (2 replies)
... I was just denied for a breast reduction. It's sad i'm 25 and they are 42 DDD and they're getting bigger. ... (15 replies)
... Every insurance company sells thousands of different plans. So it's your specific health insurance policy booklet and the provisions within that will be important. ... (3 replies)
... size. This includes bra pain, rashes under, upper back and neck pain, etc. Some insurance will require that you first try things like physical therapy to see if pain can be alleviated. ... (1 replies)
... and I flat told him off the record, "I am here because I want a reduction and this is what my dr. told me to do...he wrote it up so pretty... ... (15 replies)
... insurance claims for a while. If you have health issues it may be covered under Medical Necessity, remember that phrase, that is important. ... (2 replies)
... the one right where my bra hooks in back. Ive actually layed on the floor with my digital scale and was able to put just one breast on it and it said 5 lbs. ... (1 replies)
... well they said they were referring me to an out of network doctor. I'm kind of glad I didn't go. He did my mom's surgery and they found umm things left in her breast that weren't suppose to be there. It's not gonna cause damage, but it's not pleasant to see on scans. ... (15 replies)
... I suggest this, if you have records and documention of doctor visits, prescriptions, etc. gather them all together, then call and ask the insurance company if they cover it, They are the only ones who can tell you if its covered. ... (15 replies)
... Other things to consider regarding the insurance and wheter they will pay. Is your insurance through your company, is it group coverage. who is the Carrier is important, some are better at paying than others. ... (15 replies)
... You have to prove to the doctor that this is a medical nessisity, and that your health is being affected by it. ... (15 replies)
... that is tight. I am always in pain, headaches are becoming more and more frequent, my arm goes numb, but I do have nerve damage in that arm. I wanted to know if insurance would cover me going down to a D or DD. I can't live like this anymore. It is ridiculous. It affects me emotionally and physically every day. ... (15 replies)
... I am 5'2" tall, weigh 135 lbs and wear a 32DDD-32F bra. My breasts are ridiculous! I don't even blame people for staring :eek: anymore! I NEED a reduction, but I can barely afford to eat on the salary I make, let alone be responsible for over $10,000 in medical bills! I have an HMO and from what I'm told, it's next to impossible to get them to pay for anything! Any... (15 replies)

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