We know this can be stressful for you and your girlfriend. You didn’t see this coming, and you’re frantically searching for a solution. Be sure to confirm your girlfriend’s pregnancy to protect her health and confirm her pregnancy options.

If your partner is considering abortion but you’re both struggling financially, you could be wondering if your insurance covers it. Typically, insurance does not cover someone who isn’t legally your spouse.

Does My Insurance Cover My Girlfriend’s Abortion?

Does your girlfriend not have insurance to cover a possible abortion? In most cases, health insurance plans don’t cover your partner unless you are legally married. Contact your insurance provider to be sure and ask any questions concerning coverage.

Policies differ from state to state, but typically health insurance companies do not cover a partner on a policy unless they are a spouse.

If your insurance doesn’t cover your girlfriend, out-of-pocket costs for abortion could be very expensive. Both medical abortion and surgical abortion are not inexpensive, including the time off work you both would need to take and any potential recovery or complication-related costs afterward.

First, Confirm Your Pregnancy Details

We always stress the importance of confirming your pregnancy details. Though a positive pregnancy test can indicate pregnancy, the only way to confirm if the pregnancy is viable (has a heartbeat & is progressing) is through an ultrasound.

An ultrasound will also confirm how far along you are and the location of your pregnancy (if it’s located within your uterus).

An ultrasound is imperative to the decision-making process. You will need to obtain proof of pregnancy and learn more information if you are considering abortion.

At Hopeline Pregnancy Center , we offer free and confidential pregnancy tests and obstetric ultrasounds. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy, we can sit down and discuss all of your options. Schedule an appointment today.