i'm receiving medical insurance from welfare. (we're not receiving any cash benefits or food stamps, just medi-cal in california.. for those who might want to know ALL details because i'm on some public assistance) i just delivered my 3rd child and would like to use a more permanent form of birth control. i plan to BF so an IUD would be best for me. but i've been looking at the costs if it's out of pocket and it ranges from $200-1000, which i can't afford. will my insurance cover it? or will i have to use the progestin only pill? pls don't bash me just because i'm on PA. thanks.
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