A-29, r. 5 - Regulation respecting the application of the Health Insurance Act

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34.9. The following assisted procreation services required for fertility preservation purposes are considered insured services if they are provided to an insured person before any gonadotoxic treatment involving a serious risk of genetic mutation to the gametes or of permanent infertility or before the radical exeresis of the testicles or ovaries present:
(a)  ovarian stimulation services;
(b)  egg or ovarian tissue retrieval services;
(c)  services to retrieve sperm or testicular tissue, including the visit and sperm washing, and a single retrieval of sperm by means of a percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration or of a surgical or microsurgical testicular sperm extraction, according to medical indication;
(d)  standard fertilization and embryo culture services carried out in the laboratory, including assisted hatching services and sperm microinjection (ICSI) services; and
(e)  services to freeze and store sperm, eggs, ovarian or testicular tissue or embryos for a 5-year period or until the insured person has reached the age of 25, whichever is later.
S.Q. 2021, c. 2, s. 32.