Can I Get Lower Cost Coverage If I Don’t Plan to Become Pregnant?

What are my coverage options if I have zero intention on ever carrying out a full-term pregnancy?

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Answer is incorrect. Gender discrimination is a factor because men are paying more for insurance to cover higher costs for women.


This answer didn’t clarify my actual question.


In other words whether or not you plan on becoming pregnant has no effect on what coverage you can or should choose. You should instead choose a plan based on your household income and medical needs. You’ll get a good breakdown of options and how to save money here:

You can also try this page for more information:

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