To use the tired cliche, you would have to be living under a rock to not have heard at least some talk of healthcare reform in the last several weeks. Along those lines, I found a commentary in Cleveland.com about whether fertility treatments will be covered under an overhauled healthcare system.
Given that miscarriages are more common in women with fertility issues, and because some health insurance companies consider recurrent miscarriages to fall under the category of fertility issues, I thought this could be interesting. As of yet, it doesn't seem like anyone has gone into detail on what would and wouldn't be covered. The article points out that contraception treatment would be likely to be covered, but it's less clear whether "high tech" treatments like IVF would be covered under the new system. Lawmakers will need to hammer out more specifics before we know for sure.
In any case, I was curious whether anyone out there has experienced problems with insurance companies (or lack of insurance) as it pertains to miscarriage. Have you had trouble getting your insurance company to pay for your miscarriage treatment, or for testing for causes after recurrent miscarriages? Post in the comments below or in the forums -- I'd like to hear from you.