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    Welcome, moms-to-be

    You've got a lot to do—growing a human and all—and we're here to help you get the most from your health plan.


    Note: Benefits under your health plan may differ, so refer to your benefit booklet for information on what your specific health plan covers.
  • Think you're pregnant?

    If you notice signs and symptoms of pregnancy or have had a positive home pregnancy test, schedule an appointment with your doctor to confirm the pregnancy.

    If you haven't already, it's time to start taking 600-800 micrograms of folic acid daily. Also known as vitamin B9, folic acid prevents serious birth defects of the spinal cord and brain. To use your pharmacy benefits to help pay for this, get a prescription from your doctor.

    Prenatal care

    Learn about prenatal visits and how they are billed. Make sure your doctor is in our network

    Prenatal care

    The birth

    Know your options around how and where to have your baby, and what healthcare professionals are covered

    Birth options

    Breast pumps and discounts

    Learn about breast pumps and special discounts

    Breast pumps


    Learn how to add your baby to your health plan