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Nutritionist bills coverage during Pregnancy

Hi all,

Does the nutritionist (Dieticienne) bills covered if recommended by the doctor during pregnancy? When I asked the Insurance they say yes it can be covered if supported by the doctor's diagnosis. But initially they have rejected the bills saying that it's for prevention and not covered.

Any suggestions to handle the insurance so that I can get these bills reimbursed?
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Re: Nutritionist bills coverage during Pregnancy

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Hi all,

Does the nutritionist (Dieticienne) bills covered if recommended by the doctor during pregnancy? When I asked the Insurance they say yes it can be covered if supported by the doctor's diagnosis. But initially they have rejected the bills saying that it's for prevention and not covered.

Any suggestions to handle the insurance so that I can get these bills reimbursed?
Some hints for the future: Eat unlimited fruits and vegetables of every colour especially green. eat lean meats/proteins. Eat pastas and rices. eat a healthy balance of fats (of which there's probably enough in any meat you eat plus vege oils for salads and cooking. Save yourself and the insurance company the bills in the first place . My little girl turned out fine like that

Avoid alcohol

LISTEN TO YOUR BODY. If, for example, tomatoes make you wanna hurl, don't eat them.

I ate a bit of cheese and raw fish that I "shouldn't" have eaten and we were both fine. I think as long as the produce is fresh, it's no problem. I even had the occasional mouthful of red wine with dinner . Though I heard of other women drinking half a bottle of wine before the birth to relax!

I hope it works out with your insurance claims. Sorry I can't be more help in that respect. I would read your policy in great detail and find any clause that might suggest such costs are covered. Don't trust what they say on the phone; these things can be denied in future if it suits them .

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