Prepare for parenthood with a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)!

Are Preconceive services covered by FSA?

Preconceive services like prenatal classes, nutrition consults, among many others are eligible for FSA coverage. This is a great option to help you save on prenatal and baby related healthcare expenses. The Preconceive services listed below are eligible for FSA coverage, but you must check with your FSA administrator to ensure you will be reimbursed.

 

Preconceive classes and consults that are FSA eligible :

  • Adoption
  • Breastfeeding/Lactation
  • Fertility Nurses
  • Midwives
  • Pediatric Nurses

Preconceive classes and consults that are FSA eligible with a Letter of Medical Necessity : 

To receive reimbursement, you may need to provide a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) written by your doctor, which outlines a medical need for a specific service. This LMN will outline why a particular service is necessary to treat a medical condition, length of treatment required, and more rationale presented by a doctor.

  • Genetic Counselors
  • LGBT Family Building
  • Nutritionists
  • Prenatal Fitness
  • Sleep

Baby care products are FSA eligible too!

Another helpful way to spend your FSA funds is for prenatal and baby related products. FSAstore.com has more than 4000+ FSA eligible products to support the health and wellness of your growing family from conception to childhood! Use code PRECONCEIVE to save 10% off all of Baby Care products including the following:

What is an FSA? And how do I get reimbursed by my FSA?

A flexible spending account (FSA) is an employer-sponsored account that is an optional addition to healthcare insurance plans that allows you to set aside money pre-tax to be used on thousands of medical expenses. You can use an FSA to cover co-pays at the doctor's office, dental and eye care, even birthing, breastfeeding and other classes offered by Preconceive. By using an FSA, you effectively reduce taxable income, and cover expenses that you'd pay for out of pocket.

There are specific deadlines by which you must use the money in your FSA account. These deadlines vary, so it's best to contact your FSA administrator for details. To get reimbursed for using your FSA, you’ll either use an FSA debit card or submit a receipt for reimbursement to your FSA administrator. To ensure that a Preconceive service will be reimbursed by your FSA you should contact your administrator first. If you have an FSA debit card, your expenses should be auto-approved, but you may still need to submit additional receipts to your FSA administrator. It is recommended that you ask your administrator and hold on to receipts just in case.

Want to learn more about the products and services you can buy with an FSA? Visit the FSAstore.com Eligibility List. To learn more about FSAs in general, explore their Learning Center. You can save 10% off all products in the Baby Care category by using the code PRECONCEIVE at checkout.