While on Long term disability from diagnosis of breast cancer who pays my health insurance premiums and taxes on income from long term disability while I am out of work?
You have not been able to work because been in the hospital for stage 4 breast cancer do you think that they will work with you and not repo your car you have only made 100.00 in the last three months?
Some companys will work with you depending on if you call them immidianty. or you can check if you have disability insurance when you purchased you car or if you have disability insurance at all.
Insurance coverage for breast reconstruction varies widely
No, there are several tests that need to be done to confirm a breast cancer diagnosis.
I found my breast lump through self breast exams; then had a mammogram and ultrasound, then lumpectomy which confirmed breast cancer diagnosis.
Risk for infection of breast r/t (possible cause ie. cracked nipples from breast feeding)
Diane L Adams has written: 'Reassessment of transillumination light scanning for the diagnosis of breast cancer' -- subject(s): Transillumination, Breast, Diagnosis, Cancer
The outcome of breast cancer is very dependent of the stage at the time of diagnosis.
Breast cancer treatment should begin as soon as possible after diagnosis. The oncologist will determine the exact dates for treatment and how long they should last.
If one of your breast is two cup sizes bigger than the other one would your insurance cover breast inplants?
No. Breast implants are not covered by insurance. Its considered to be cosmetic unless related to post masectomy breast reconstruction
usually a biopsy determines if it is breastcancer.
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Despite falling under the generic diagnosis of breast cancer, this type of tumor is normally clasified as either invasive or non-invasive. The latter refers to an abnormal cell cluster which does not spread while the former colonise surrounding breast tissue.
Generally, no. Cosmetic surgery is not usually covered under most insurance plans. (If we're talking about reconstruction after breast cancer treatment that's different.) What's more, any treatment of complications may not be covered by your health insurance. Typically, insurance companies will not cover breast augmentation or any reoperations and additional doctor visits following augmentation. Your insurance company might even increase your premiums or drop your coverage. Before surgery, you may wish to get answers to… Read More
David M. Witten has written: 'The breast' -- subject(s): Atlases, Breast, Cancer, Diagnosis, Radiography
Toshiji Kobayashi has written: 'Clinical ultrasound of the breast' -- subject(s): Atlases, Breast, Breast Neoplasms, Cancer, Diagnosis, Diagnostic use, Ultrasonic imaging, Ultrasonics
Wolfgang Leucht has written: 'Teaching atlas of breast ultrasound' -- subject(s): Atlases, Breast, Breast Diseases, Diagnosis, Diseases, Mammography, Tumors, Ultrasonic imaging, Ultrasonography
The glands and ducts of the breast can become inflamed or infected. There are a variety of reasons for sore breasts. You should see your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Patrick Forrest has written: 'Breast cancer' -- subject(s): Cancer, Breast, Medical screening, Diagnosis, Breasts, Prevention, Women
I dont even know if im pregnant but clear liquid came out of your breast what can be the possibilities?
If breast leakage is unusual for you, you should see a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
It depends on your insurance company police terms and conditions.
Uwe Fischer has written: 'Breast imaging' -- subject(s): Breast, Breast Diseases, Diagnosis, Diseases, Handbooks, Handbooks, manuals, Handbooks, manuals, etc, Imaging, Mammography, Methods
Parvis Gamagami has written: 'Atlas of mammography' -- subject(s): Atlases, Breast, Radiography, Methods, Cancer, Breast Neoplasms, Diagnosis, Mammography
Hi, i have done project on insurance, any company does not offer such insurance. you can seek medical insurance.
Emily F. Conant has written: 'Breast imaging' -- subject(s): Diagnosis, Breast Diseases, Case studies, Breast, Case Reports, Problems and Exercises, Mammography, Diseases, Imaging
In 1998, the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act required insurance plans to cover the cost of breast reconstruction in conjunction with a mastectomy procedure.
If enlargement is part of breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, health plans may pay for some or all of it
All health plans can be used to get breast reduction, the main question is the price you are already paying for your health care cover. The higher the premiums monthly the greater chance of them paying for it.
Blood on the outside of the body is generally some cause for concern. If your breasts are leaking blood or bloody fluid, seek medical attention.
There are several possibilities matching those symptoms. It could be mastitis. It could be fibrocystic breast condition. The best you can do is to visit a doctor. In order to set a diagnosis, it is needed at least a breast ultrasound and/or a mammogram.
No. Although women are more likely to have breast cancer, men can also have breast cancer. A breast cancer diagnosis affects the whole family. Other family members may wonder if they'll develop breast cancer. Everyone needs to deal with the patient, who will have many doctor visits and a lot less energy than normal.
Istvan Nyirjesy has written: 'Prevention and detection of gynecologic and breast cancer' -- subject(s): Breast, Cancer, Diagnosis, Female Generative organs, Generative organs, Female, Prevention
It means the breast cancer is aggressive but its in stage 1 along with a cancer that will spread fast because its aggressive type of cancer the possibility it can spread.
None, lol. yesmost insurance pays 100% mental so if you are depressed cause you feel like less of a women because of your small breast then they have to cover the implants http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_insurance_pay_for_breast_implants#ixzz18aNeB6le
yes they pay for your medical bills
Unless a breast lift is prescribed by a doctor to alleviate chronic health problems caused by not having a breast lift, insurance companies will not pay for the procedure. Insurance companies will probably deny payment with a prescription from a doctor, initially. You must be prepared to fight the disallowance with medical records detailing the health problems that will likely worsen without having the procedure and have a supportive doctor willing to go the distance… Read More
While breast cancer is traditionally considered a disease for women 35+, there have been reports of girls in their teens with the diagnosis; last year a 10-year-old girl in New Delhi, India was diagnosed with a breast cancer tumor on her rib cage. Remember also that breast cancer is not limited to women; men can also contract the disease.
A good diet is a key to helping prevent breast cancer, as well as helping alleviate many of the symptoms associated with a breast cancer diagnosis. The best recommendations for diet should be made by a registered dietician, medical doctor, or an oncologist.
Yes, that is one of the very few (if not only) cosmetic surgeries medical insurance covers.
Cosmetic surgery is normally covered when it is necessary as an adjunct to medically necessary surgery or other procedures that are covered. For example, if, after an auto collision, one's face needed reconstructive surgery, cosmetic surgery to complete the reconstruction would normally be covered.
Early diagnosis of breast cancer can mean a short treatment time and a better prognosis. Radiation and chemotherapy are two of the most commonly used mainstream methods for tackling breast cancer, a mastectomy is usually reserved for patients with advanced stages of the disease.
If you've been sterilized, you should not get pregnant. If you're not pregnant, you should not be leaking breast milk. You might not be leaking breast milk. You might have some type of infection. You should go to a clinic or doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment, if necessary.
P. Haehnel has written: 'Mammography' -- subject(s): Atlases, Breast, Diagnosis, Diseases, Problems, exercises, Radiography
Could ins cover the removal of my Brest implants
No, Breast reconstruction is only covered following a Mastectomy
Some insurance companies do cover breast reduction surgery. You have to contact your insurance provider and ask for details or if you go to your family doctor/chiropractor they can let you know your options and write you referrals for the insurance company. I had reduction surgery and my insurance (Blue Sheild PPO) covered all of the costs for the reduction, both my chiropractor and surgeon wrote letters of recommendation along with pictures to back up… Read More
Alison Hann has written: 'Health Policy and Politics' 'The politics of breast cancer screening' -- subject(s): Breast, Cancer, Diagnosis, Medical screening, Political aspects, Political aspects of Medical screening
The Women's Health Initiative found that even relatively short-term use of estrogen plus progestin is associated with increased risk of breast cancer, diagnosis at a more advanced stage of the disease
Breasts are mostly fatty tissue, so dieting and general weight loss tends to reduce breast size some. Apart from that there are no particular exercises that will target breast reduction. If they're large to the point of back trouble you might be able to get breast reduction surgery on your health insurance.
Not at all, however, you may be predisposed for it, so a professional diagnosis by a physician would be your best answer for such a serious question.
NO OF COURSE NOT!!!! Its unnessasary...and if you ask me i think its not very good to alter the body like that..im sure you look fine anyway YES THEY WILL!!!!!!!!!!!!! most insurance pays 100% mental so if you are depressed cause you feel like less of a women because of your small breast then they have to cover the implants