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... My insurance covered my breast reduction. I had been seeing a chiropractor for a year for neck and shoulder pain. He wrote a letter stating why it would help me. Also the surgeon needed to show that he would be removing at least a kg of tissue. ... (2 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 have a lot of back trouble and oter medical problems I am 5'2 125 pounds and have 34 DD breast how can I get a reduction and live a more normal life. My breast cause me many slepless nights and are extremely uncomfortable. I am unale to afford surgery and want to know if this could be covered through Insurance. ... (2 replies)

... I have a lot of back problems and a lot of other medical problems. I am only 4'11" and 142lbs and have 38F sometimes 36G breast how can I get a reduction and live a more comfortable life. My breast cause me many sleepless nights and are extremely uncomfortable. ... (2 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)
... It could be if your doctor can show the insurance company that it's a medical necessity and not cosmetic. ... (2 replies)
... 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)
Breast reduction
Feb 22, 2009
... It all depends on the exact insurance policy under which you are covered. ... (1 replies)
... but the expense is due to the broad scope of treatments and physicians that will be available to me. Many HMO are very restrictive, thus the monthly cost is lower. ... (1 replies)
... How to get your health insurance to pay for breast reduction? ... (2 replies)
... Hi Rachael, You will want to, if you haven't already, ask your insurance company what their criteria would be to cover the surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I cannot answer your question either but I thought I'd share that I'm going through the same process, trying to get a reduction covered by my insurance. They are definitely making me jump through hoops....but I'm just a jumpin' away. ... (2 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)
... Thankyou for the quick reply. I called my insurance company and was told this is cosmetic surgery and it will not be covered. ... (4 replies)
... Each insurance company is different and they do not all require chiropractic care. ... (3 replies)
... I know it has been a long time since someone posted on this thread, but I am just now looking into this based on the fact I just got my first full time job. ... (15 replies)
... oth my breasts which make it uncomfortable to do just about anything. My breasts aren't that big, they are only 34B, but I would like them to be reduced to maybe a 32b so that they won't be so uncomfortable to work out and to enjoy doing activities, even to sleep a normal night sleep. ... (1 replies)

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