Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, Medicaid and any other insurance company does not cover any costs towards a cosmetic breast augmentation.
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Best of luck!
No, unfortunately Medicaid is designed for coverage of medically necessary surgery. No insurance will see breastfeeding as a deformity that requires reconstructive surgery.
No....neither does any other insurance company that I am aware. See your GYN doctor to examine your breasts. Nipple pain is abnormal and the cause should be determined.
Breast Augmentation is a cosmetic procedure therefore not medically necessary. Medicaid will not cover cosmetic procedures. Breast Augmentation will not alleviate the breast pain you are experiencing. You may want to speak with your primary care physician regarding your pain.
All the best to you.
Medicaid will not cover breast augmentation nor any other aesthetic procedure. Furthermore it is most unlikely that implants will resolve the pain symptoms you are experiencing. A visit to your primary MD for evaluation is the next step.
All the best.
breast augmentation is a purely elective medical procedure and is not and should not be covered by medicaid
Breast augmentation is an elective aesthetic procedure. Medicaid does not and should not cover the operation.
The best place to start is with your primary care physician. Your physician need to find out why your breasts are deformed and so painful ( mastodynia). I don't believe any plastic surgeon would augment a breast that is already painful as the surgery may worsen the pain.
Stephen M. Davis, MD, FACS
Green Hills Plastic Surgery
In Dominican Republic insurance do not cover expenses for aesthetic surgeries. You can go to a plastic surgeon near you for better orientations.
you should consult with your primary doctor or GYN regarding your breast pain. And insurance will not cover the cost of breast implants for cosmetic concerns after breastfeeding.