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Look for patient assistance programs.  NeedyMeds.org has information on thousands of programs, more than 10,000 free, low-cost or sliding...
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That depends on many things.....the reason your need in vitro, the benefits of your particular insurance, the results of your fertility studies...
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You will be able to buy a health insurance policy because of the Affordable Care Act. People with pre-existing health conditions can no longer be...
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Push the insurance company. Do NOT take "no" as the first answer, and ask to talk to the medical director, or better yet, have your...
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It may very well be that you won't find a health plan you can afford, especially if you don't qualify for a subsidy. However, I would highly...
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Most insurance carriers do cover it. If your does not you can look into whether you qualify for co-pay assistance: https://www.creon...
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I am not sure what kind of scans your chiropractor wants you to get, but there is really nothing in any "malpractice law" that requires...
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Dental coverage is one of the essential health benefits that must be made available to children in new health plans. It's not a guaranteed...
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You would need to buy a private dental insurance plan. You can go to websites such as eHealthinsurance.com, GetInsured.com or Delta Dental to search...
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Medicaid and Medicare does.
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You'll need to go to your state's health insurance marketplace to examine the plans being sold for the specific benefits you need. All...
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Yes, you will need to have a Social Security number and be able to show proof of your legal immigration status.
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Generally, these procedures are cosmetic in nature and not paid for by insurance. Whether or not your insurer will cover the surgery depends on...
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It was only last summer that the law changed so that Medicare can recognize eligibility for same-sex spouses. It's entirely possible that...
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You can seek care at a community-based health clinic. They offer medical services on a sliding scale. You can find a clinic by searching the U.S...
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