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Response to Pachamama (Reply #11)
Wed Nov 14, 2012, 03:23 PM
jimma (6 posts)
14. dont misunderstand
Please dont get me wrong, im not against birth control, you should have access to it, and many health insurances do cover it.
I personally have to take medication for health issues that is not covered by my insurance, but im not asking anyone else to pay for it. and not all insurance compaines cover viagra and cialis either.
are you saying that your insurance does not cover it? are you in a group plan through an employer, alot of times there are multipul options you can choose in youre group plan, maybe the one you currently have selected does not cover, but another option will. Just something to look into if it is not covered by your insurance.
maybe you can petition your company to change to an insurance that will cover it, im sure there are pleanty of wemen the company that will agree and stand with you. fight for it at the smallest level to begin with then go higher, sometimes yould be suprised at the results you can get.
on the other hand, if you purchase you insurance privatly, maybe you should shop for a diffrent insurance company. let the free market speek for itself.
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