If You Want An IUD, Take Note Of Trump’s New Birth Control Policy

Most employers are likely to continue paying for birth control for women. But there are exceptions.

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Most employers are likely to continue paying for birth control for women. But there are exceptions.

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The Trump administration has made a number of changes to health policy in the past two weeks, raising questions about how consumers will be affected. Will the new rules for birth control coverage affect access to an intrauterine device? Might an association health plan help bring down costs for workers at small businesses? And if you’re healthy, doesn’t a short-term health plan that is cheaper than marketplace coverage make sense? Here are some answers to those questions.

IUDs are expensive. Will they be unaffordable under the new contraceptive rules announced by the Trump administration? Should people make an appointment to get one now before employers change their minds about coverage?

There is probably no need to rush out to your doctor’s office to get an IUD, but you should keep an eye

Article source: http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/10/17/558141304/if-you-want-an-iud-take-note-of-trumps-new-birth-control-policy?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=affordablecareact

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