Jan 11, 2014 · Since Medicare covers people over the age of 65, and those with certain disabilities that have received Social Security benefits for 25 months, it would be very rare for Medicare to cover a circumcision.
However, Medicaid will cover circumcision when it is medically necessary, for example when an adult male has phimosis, a chronic constriction of the foreskin that prevents normal functioning of.
Very few circumcisions are performed on adults. Medicare covers people over the age of 65. Many health insurance plans will not cover ritual circumcision. It is viewed as an elective procedure.
Circumcision and circumcision revision performed for aesthetic or hygienic or religious reasons are considered “cosmetic” and are not covered by health insurance. When Insurance Covers Circumcision When foreskin is causing a functional problem, insurance considers circumcision as medically necessary and will pay for it.