TRICARE’s coverage of pregnancy and reproductive health depends on the specific test, item, or service. Learn more about TRICARE’s pregnancy and reproductive health coverage:
|Abortion||It depends. Only if pregnancy is the result of rape or incest or the mother's life is at risk.|
|Assisted Reproductive Services||It depends. Some services may be covered in certain situations|
Yes. May require a prescription. Most non-prescription contraceptives, non-coital reproductive technologies, and most surgical sterilization reversals aren't covered.>>Learn more.
|Cancer of Female Reproductive Services||Yes.|
|Cesarean Section||Yes. When medically necessaryTo be medically necessary means it is appropriate, reasonable, and adequate for your condition..|
|Hormone Replacement Therapy||Yes.|
|Infertility||It depends. Some Assisted Reproductive Services are covered|
|Labor & Delivery||Yes. Usually covered for at least 48 hours after a vaginal delivery and 96 hours after a cesarean section. If you have complications, you may stay longer.|
|Pap Smears||Yes. Covered beginning at age 21.|
|Pregnancy Care||Yes. Some limitations. Your plan may determine where you get care|
|Prenatal Care||Yes. TRICARE doesn’t cover ultrasounds for routine screening or only to determine the sex of the baby.
|Well Woman Exam||Yes. Some screenings are age or risk related.
Search for more information regarding women’s health and pregnancy coverage on our Is it Covered page.
Last Updated 8/22/2022