Going to the doctor is a necessity when pregnant. Ask questions here about what insurance companies, both private and Medicaid, cover during your pregnancy.
Going to the doctor is a necessity when pregnant. Ask questions here about what insurance companies, both private and Medicaid, cover during your pregnancy.
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They can if she doesn't meet their income eligibility guidelines.
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Is this a group or individual plan? For an individual plan, it probably is - check the policy.
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If the parents have health insurance through their employer - their will be a "child" or "family" rate. This amount will vary depending upon your employer's plan features and group risk factors. In North Carolina, the cost to add a baby to a group policy cold range from $150-250. If you are looking for individual health insurance for a baby the rates will vary depending on the following factors: 1 - Plan features such as… Read More
Go to (DES)= Department of economic Security. and you can apply for medical insurance. like ApIPA, Mercey care, Frist care, It will cover you and your kids. And It is for free.
Costs vary from hospital to hospital, area to area and so on. I had a baby in Feb 2005 so I can give you those costs charged to me. My hospital bill for the delivery was est $6500.00. My doctor bill was $4500. There were also bills for labs, ultrasounds and any other testing. HTH. If you have a health care insurance and you are from Canada, it's free! Source: http://www.surgerycosts.net/price.php?medical=baby-delivery
Wait a few more days to see if your period comes, if it doesn't take another pregnancy test. If it is positive you then need to decide what you want to do. You can also try your local health department and see if they will help you. I know they will give you a pregnancy test they can also put in touch with people that can help you in your situation. My friend did that… Read More
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Medicare and Medicaid are both government sponsored health insurance. Medicare covers people over the age of 65 and people with disabilities. Medicaid covers the poor (income level for acceptance varies by state.) Yes, Medicare covered all my expenses, except for the deductions and the usual 20% charge. I had a child in 2002 and I only had to pay the doctor $458 which included my $100 deductible for the year. My epidural was also covered… Read More
Financial Support For Pregnant Teens There are many programs to help pregnant teens. There is the department of human services, wic, which is at your local health department. You can try churches. Your township might help, too. Every town has their own individual programs, you just might have to look harder to find them. If you have a pregnancy center or a food pantry in or around your town they might be able to tell… Read More
I don't even know why your mother would even say that to you at a time like this. This is the time when you need her the most. she should be proud that you are willing to stand up to your responsibilities. Keep your head up. I haven't been through this personally but I have seen it first hand. Go to you're local Welfare department and see what they offer you. Don't take no for… Read More
Can you get state assistance? I'm not sure what Medicaid is, sorry if it's state assistance. Some options are looking into a free clinic. They have low to no fees depending on your income. Or going to a doctor that will work with you on a payment plan during and after they baby is born. That may be difficult to find, I'm not sure. There are plenty of options. Call a few doctors and talk… Read More
Oh Boy! There is no one answer here. The average national cost at a private hospital is $3000. That does not include pre- and post-natal care. Nor does it include any other factors. Such as C-sections, premature delivery, extended stay for a variety of reasons before and after delivery, and so on. There are options for low-income, uninsured people. Check your phone book for Health Services in your community. Well I looked it up on… Read More
Cramp-like pains at the beginning of a pregnancy are quite common. They can feel like sharp shooting pains on either side of the abdomen and can stretch down into the groin area. This sensation is due to the stretching of the ligaments in the pelvis that help keep a woman's womb stable. The ligaments are being stretched during early pregnancy because the uterus is growing and putting pressure on the muscles that surround it. This… Read More
I couldn't make a good estimate. Babies have different needs other than the obvious ones. Food, clothing, blankets, diapers, crib, high chair, and on and on. Then there is pediatric care, maybe daycare expenses, etc. I believe an insurance company estimated the average cost for raising a child to the age of seventeen, was approx. $200,000+, I don't recall what was included in that figure. A LOT! All the above mentioned and more - considering… Read More
In my experience as an insurance agent the disability insurance policy I can offer specifically excludes pregnancy. Also, from what I have seen with other policies is that since pregnancy is planned, in most cases, it is not considered a disability. It is similar to being pregnant and not being able to be excepted if you apply for health insurance until after the pregnancy. This may be true for policies sold direct. However, Short Term… Read More
it really depends of each individual insurance. If the 19 year old is a full time student, she would be fully covered under your insurance. Also, some state laws require parents to cover a dependant child until a certain age (thru age 19 or sometimes even 23). if the child is covered under the insurance, a pregnancy would be covered.. meaning all prenatal care, post natal for the mother and delivery, including hospital and physician… Read More
Pregnancy is not a pre-existing condition when enrolling in a group (employee benefits) plan. That is not the whole answer to the question. It needs to be determined if your question is about group or individual insurance? It is true that pregnancy is not considered a pre-existing condition if you are going from one HMO to another. But it is a different story when when you go from private coverage to an HMO, or if… Read More
No. According to the Department of Labor' HIPAA Act of 1996, "... HIPAA prohibits plans from applying a preexisting condition exclusion to pregnancy, genetic information, and certain children". Info from Dept. of Labor website: www.dol.gov/ebsa/faqs/faq_consumer_hipaa.HTML yes. the laws that govern group and individual health plans are a little different when it comes to pre-existing conditions, and are enforced or regulated by the state department of insurance in the state where you live. individual plans, almost… Read More
Yes it is, still pre-existing, even if it wasnt to your knowledge. HIPAA is the law. Best chances for HIPAA to apply are if you go from a group plan to a group plan. Evidentally, individual to group and nothing to group are loop holes, so they can probably get out of it, or make you wait a certain amount of time. According to a Federal law that I found on the internet, GROUP health… Read More
Yes, if it's a Employer Group plan. Can a preexisting condition exclusion be applied to my coverage because I'm pregnant? No. Pregnancy can never be subject to a preexisting condition exclusion in group health plans. http://www.cms.hhs.gov/hipaa/online/Group/Family/Pregnancy_content.asp?record=480021 For more information see www.steveshorr.com/maternity.htm Yes, if he adds you to the policy. Even if you don't get married the policy should cover a well baby (but not a sick baby).
Group Coverage must cover you immediately. They can exclude the Pre-X for 6 months.... There is a provision that if you had prior coverage, that that counts towards the pre-x. I've not found anything in the code that specifically says the prior coverage must be a US Carrier for someone in the US. For more details see http://www.steveshorr.com/technical_questions.htm#What%20is%20a%20Pre-Existing%20Condition
Probably not. Does the company belong to MIB? http://www.mib.com/html/health.html The important thing is that you answer the questions correctly on the new application - otherwise they can recind it as the Insurance Company relies on your application to make a decesion http://www.steveshorr.com/wrong.or.imcopmplet.info..htm Most health insurances have a pre-existing clause in them...some also offer certain rider coverages to pay for certain procedures related to a certain diagnosis. Fortunately for most, health insurances that have a pre-existing… Read More
Answer Term life insurance is the simplest, and usually the cheapest, form of life insurance. Term life insurance provides protection for a specific period of time. It pays a benefit only if you die during the term. If you are living the policy expires without value. It is sometimes called temporary life insurance. Term Life Insurance There are different types of term insurance: Annual renewable term, decreasing term, and level term. Level term usually is… Read More
While the first short answer is true and provides basic guidance, some of the points deserve more discussion. A life insurance policy is issued pursuant to an application. The application can be submitted by you (usually through an agent), or, if the proposed insured is a minor, by a parent. I gather from your question that you did not yourself apply, so a likely applicant may be one or both of your parents. If you… Read More
I dont know. But I'm 18 & i have a 6 month old baby. which means i got pregnant an 17 also. I do live with my parents & boyfriend what i did was get homestudies so that i would b able 2 take care of my baby. Now i graduated & I am going on 2 college. i think u should get homestudies also it makes it easier not so stressful. GOOD LUCK
This sounds like a question I was emailed directly. Here's more detail on the question and the answer... I currently do not have health insurance. My wife wants to conceive a baby during this year. This fall I will begin a Ph.D. program at Arizona State University, ***I'm not really familar with the law in Arizona which will provide me with a student health plan insurance policy to which I can supposedly add my wife… Read More
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Yes. The unborn child can have near death experiences before birth, creating a possibility of autism.
No, the doctor can't take your baby away from you. Doctors don't take babies away from mothers. If a child is being abused, however, the doctor is required to file a report, but simply not making prenatal appointments with an obgyn is not child abuse.
Yes, altho coverage may be limited and it's likely that some procedures will require prior approval.
No. A shock strong enough to harm the fetus would be fatal to the mother. If it just made you jump and maybe say something like '*&^*', both the mother and the fetus are ok.
Look up government services in the phone book, there is always a department that handles "health and child welfare." WIC can help with food, Food Stamps and Medicaid/ChIPs for healthcare.
If the pregnancy began before the first date of coverage - yes it is preexisting.
You can check into your state's WIC (women, infant, children) program. They can help you with this problem. YOu could try and find a midwife. Now legal in many states. you could have an at home birth
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Contact your state social services and make an appt. to apply for Medicaid. It is also possible that in your community there are clinics which will accept patients who have little or no financial resources. The DFS (social services) will be able to aid you in finding medical help. It is very important for your health and your unborn child to seek prenatal care asap.
In Missouri welfare pays 264 cash, 134 foodstamps, medicaid.
Assuming you mean "wrong" as it relates to having your expenses paid by taxpayers, it probably isn't the best choice one could make considering how hard the majority of people have to work to support their own children much less someone else's. If you and your husband are not financially stable it would probably be in everyone's best interest (including the baby) to wait until the situation improves.
States establish the guidelines for granting Medicaid therefore the requirements for eligibility are differ from state-to-state. It would seem reasonable to assume that a person who has been accepted into the health care program would be covered for pregnancy as well. The best option would be for the person to contact their case worker and explain the situation.
A carrier may not deny benefits on the grounds that a pregnancy is a
Most states have a division that collects money from the child's father for you, no charge. If you go to a lawyer and pay for court you'll end up getting little if anything. This way the state takes on the financial obligation and you don't need to. All the benefit with none of the expense. * The grounds for such action must be established before a suit is possible. In most situations this means a… Read More
My understanding is that if you do not have a social security number, you SHOULD NOT be applying for Medicare.
http://www.drugs.com/cons/sinarest_no_drowsiness_caplets_systemic.html#GXX02 I googled sinarest tablets+pregnancy. The above website talks about using it during pregnancy.
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Well, the father of the child can get a job for one. The parents of the child should go to the Children and Family Services department in the county they live and they can get WIC support which is checks that have certain foods on them for the mom until baby is born, then once baby is born, checks are for foods for the baby, if the baby is colic, they also give help with… Read More
it can be anything but if u susspect that your pregnant its best to see ur GP if having sharp pain.
It's not likely. You probably won't feel your baby kick until around week 16 and 22, even though the baby has been moving since week 7 or 8. You may have already witnessed these movements during an ultrasound. This is often felt as a fluttering feeling or a grasshopper walking across your belly during the first movements.
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In Michigan we adopted an infant girl that was on medicaid and so was the birth mother, we didn't have to pay back medicaid. We adopted her through the foster parent program, and yes we did take her home from the hospital after her birth.
Probably. Generally, parents are responsible for the welfare of their children until these children reach the age of majority (usually 18) or are legally emancipated. Although in most states, children are emancipated by operation of law when they get married, the same is not true when these children have children of their own outside of wedlock. If you would like more information, I suggest that you should consult a lawyer. Good luck.
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yes, the contract for your surrogacy usually spells out that the receiving parents will pay all your expenses. However do not try to use state funded health care, it is illegal in most states for you to become a surrogate with medicaid. Your Intended Parents would be responsible for helping you find a proper medical coverage, that allows surrogacy.
An ovarian cyst would not be considered a pre existing condition. You should have no problem getting an insurance plan.
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Generally 30, it's up to the employer. For more info. see the links.
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It depends on what kind of policy it is but if it was taken out by the insured individual and then "assigned" to said non-profit group it is perfectly legal.
Yes, but only if you meet all other eligibility factors.
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There are other places to seek help from if you are "caught in the middle". The best service I know that can help you with pregnancy costs is patient advocacy. They will help you reduce both your doctors visits and laboratory work needed. Also, they will negotiate your delivery bill with a hospital of your choice. The best patient advocacy program I know of is MySimpleCard.com Many temp agencies offer basic hospitalization. However, pregnancy may… Read More
No, medicaid is not a federal program. It is a state program.
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1. you can appeal the denial, or 2. you can re-apply, or 3. you can seek private healthcare coverage
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The cost of labor and delivery varies from state to state, and from practice to practice, and between facilities as well. For a normal vaginal delivery with no complications, on average the physicians fees alone would be between $3000 - $3500. If there are any complications, or a c-section is required, it would be much more. Then there are the hospital fees to consider, and the fees for anesthesia, etc etc. If you have insurance… Read More
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Medicare is for those over 65 or those that are disabled. It does not typically cover childbirth.
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In medical insurance, the policy holder of the policy is not automatically the guarantor of a step child. To become the guarantor of the child a formal adoption should have taken place, or the child can be added to the policy.
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I recently read that Medicaid WILL cover the treatments needed after a miscarriage.
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ASA stands for American Society of Anesthesiologists
yes,even if you buy a car it will effect medicaid..(they will wonder where you got the money to pay for it) i would suggest holding off on the marrage untell after wards.
Yes it will affect on pregnant women if taken in full dose during third trimester.
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