Quoting Laykin.:" Not sure if it's what you're looking for, but Tricare covered my progesterone pills. They were Prometrium ... [snip!] ... a fertility specialist or if it's because what I was taking was different than what you are needing. Hope that helps a bit. "
Quoting Amelia Margaret:" PIO costs around $45 for a two week vial at Apothecary By Design."
Quoting ♥Jada:" Not sure about ivf but my progesterone suppositories are covered every 30 days, filled by the on post pharmacy. Good luck!"
Quoting Spookshow Baby☠:" Yay! I'm glad to hear that progesterone suppositories are covered!! I know IVF isn't covered. I currently ... [snip!] ... a fertility specialist? With my husband's surgery his infertility issue could possibly be fixed and we won't need to do IVF. "
Quoting Fusselinchen -7:" we were insured with tricare prime in the states and they covered DHs sperm counts, they were going to ... [snip!] ... when i first went to the doc for confirmation of my pregnancy and it was still covered 100% since it counts as maternity care."
Quoting Spookshow Baby☠:" Thank you so much! I'm glad they cover S/As and all that. I was worried they wouldn't! You're getting so much closer to your due date "
Quoting Fusselinchen -7:" they also covered everything from my miscarriages so all the blood work, ultrasounds, the d&c's etc. and yesssss! only 43 days left "
Quoting Spookshow Baby☠:" I'm glad to hear that they cover all that! They should probably cover an endocrinologist for my PCOS too. I'm so excited for you! I can't wait to see pictures of Elliot once he's here "