Yes, it should be. You have the right to expect that your plan will cover the preventive services that you need, regardless of your sex assigned at birth, gender identity, or the gender on your insurance card. Covered services should include services such as mammograms, Pap tests, and prostate exams. This is true even if your plan has an exclusion for transition-related care. If you are denied coverage for preventive care or transition-related care or discriminated against at any point in this process, contact a legal organization here. Read more here. For more information, please see FAQ #5 of this guidance.