Yes, if it's Group Insurance and she gets added to the policy within 30 days.
For more info see www.steveshorr.com/maternity.htm
i dont know ASK YOUR MOM!!
I have been a medical biller for over 10 years. It is always whoever is going to the doctor that one's insurance will pay. So, the husband goes to the doctor it is his insurance that would be the primary insurance and the wife's insurance could then be billed for the balance, i.e. copay, deductible, etc.
It really depends on the doctor, the insurance coverage, your deductable, your insurance provider, and the reason and result of your doctor visit.
It can be your primary doctor or a doctor that the life insurance company chooses.
It is possible to get away with it, but you have to keep your mouth shut. When you go to the doctor, you have to present with, "hmmm, i just haven't felt right for a few weeks..." Do not say, "Oh doctor, I think I'm pregnant." I knew someone who got away with this back in the day, but she was only 4 weeks pregnant when her insurance kicked in.
Its an obstertics doctor, which see women who are pregnant. Its an obstertics doctor, which see women who are pregnant.
The doctor bills insurance for your office visit. Insurance will pay the doctor their contracted rate and the rest is written off. if you are billed for charges after the insurance paid, call your insurance company.
Say this: Am I pregnant or what?
No always but please take a pregnancy test. Go see your doctor if you do not have insurance go to your nearest clinic.
Doctor oz is married to lisa oz and they have four kids!
If you're pregnant, you should always see a doctor for prenatal care. But if you're pregnant and bleeding you should definitely see a doctor.
Yes. Your doctor is not required to file to your secondary insurance.
Some do and some do not. You have to check with each individual doctor.
Ask your doctor if he is part of the new insurance network that you are joining.
This will depend on the kind of health insurance your parents have. Some health insurance may cover pregnancy while others do not. You will need to contact your insurance agent and ask them about your family coverage.You should also have a insurance booklet that states what treatments and doctor visits are covered and what is not covered.
I know in Maryland, if you are 16 or 17 and are pregnant or already have a child, you can get married without your parents' consent. You just have to get a note from your doctor stating that you are in fact pregnant, or your child's birth certificate. I don;t know where you live, but Good Luck.
You can choose any doctor you would like with blue Cross Insurance. As long as the doctor is registered with the BCBS you will be covered.
Probably not. A doctor will have to check you out on why you can not get pregnant.
An obstetrician is responsible for the pregnant moms health while pregnant and is usually the doctor delivering the baby
yes, when pregnant your doctor will ask you about abortions, miscarriages, stillbirths, etc.
You must be 18 in order to leave home without parental consent unless you have been emancipated in some manner. Being pregnant/giving birth does *not* emancipate a minor. If you go to the doctor, get a note saying you are pregnant with the doc's signature you can get married, and that will emancipate you. ***NOTE*** You can no longer move out, and/or get married just because you are pregnant. The was a case of a 40-something year old women and a 15 year old male getting pregnant and getting married, after that Georgia revoked this law.
I will help if you clarify your question, what do you mean? If you are asking if you had a positive pregnancy test and if the doctor refused you care because you had no insurance? I strongly doubt the doctor would tell you your not pregnant unless it was true. Doctors may refuse you care if you have no insurance, unfortunately. But I don't think they would be inaccurate. Try a different doctor or a clinic so you don't worry. Joymaker rn
You have to be at least 2 weeks pregnant.
Do not get this insurance they won't pay.