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What type of expenses are not covered by a Health FSA?

Expenses that are not approved are called "ineligible expenses". Ineligible health FSA expenses include: - Cosmetic surgery and procedures, including teeth whitening - Herbs, vitamins, and supplements used for general health - OTC medicines that you don't have a prescription for (except insulin) - Insurance premiums - Family or marriage counseling - Personal use items such as toothpaste, shaving cream, and makeup - Prescription drugs imported from another country - Services that take place before or after your coverage period - Expenses that are reimbursed by another plan or program, including a health care plan

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