So, I just had my second loss in 4 months. First loss was in June at 5w6d, second was this week at 5w2d. We've been trying since last November, putting my losses in the 7 and 11 cycles TTC.
So, for each I went to the OB clinic at the local MTF, and they were really great. Since this clinic is there, I don't have to get referrals from my PCM to make appointments with OB, once I turn a test, I go directly to them. I'm also able to make my GYM appointments directly through them (in fact, I've never called or seen my PCM yet). We're not benched this month, but I do have a GYN appointment the day before Thanksgiving to talk to someone and get my regular PAP done. There is an RE/Infertility clinic at the MTF that is attached to the rest of their women's services. I know a lot is dependent on what I learn from my GYN at my appointment, but I was wondering what I can/cannot expect coverage-wise and how I should best go about talking to doctors and Tricare reps (I am Tricare Prime, if that makes a difference). Will a doctor recommend testing that isn't covered and will they be able to tell me if it is covered right off the bat?
I was told that having 2 chemical pregnancies (what they are classifying them as since we never saw a heartbeat or sac) is just bad luck and doesn't increase my risk for a third or preclude me having a successful pregnancy, but I'm very on edge right now. I'm hoping for some answers, but am unsure how to deal with the testing or OOP expenses.