If your endo is willing to go to bat for you, there really is no reason they couldn't get you approved for a pump since you're pregnant. It's worth a try! Insurance companies make me nuts!!!
This. If your doctor deems it medically necessary, they can't really deny you unless you don't have durable medical coverage. You may have a co-pay, but it's not too bad considering the retail.
I don't know of an insurance company that doesn't cover pumps period anymore because they are so mainstream these days. They might be brand specific however.
This. Your endo should be able to show that it's a medical necessity. My old endo wouldn't endorse it because I didn't test enough (I was in college and I didn't). My endo now does whatever it takes for me to get what I need. I just got approved for another pump because I wanted one with a larger reservoir. Otherwise, I would have had to wait until May to get a new pump covered under my insurance's 3-year replacement policy. My doctor was able to show that there existed a need for me to have a different one and it was approved.
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