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Unread 11-06-2012, 07:24 PM   #1
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Got a question. Has anyone ever been able to include a ketamine infusion series into their flex spending account?
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Got a question. Has anyone ever been able to include a ketamine infusion series into their flex spending account?
I did without any problems. Would have preferred to have my insurance cover it but FSA spending is a little help.
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I have never had ketamine infusions, but you should be able to use FSA money to pay for it. It is a medical treatment expense so it should qualify regardless of whether insurance covers it or not.
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