My wife’s health care bills are out of control.
I can only imagine what my wife is going through.
We are having trouble communicating with our doctor, so she’s on her own.
She is in the middle of being tested for cervical cancer, and has a test coming up that she is going to need to have for a while.
The test, she said, will cost $6,000 and will be her only option.
Her insurance is too expensive.
I want to go back to work.
I’ve lost my job.
She said her husband was very excited to have his first child, but was unable to make it.
Her insurance is so expensive.
The doctors I talked to said that while they were happy to see me for a few months, they would like to see a plan in place so that my health care costs are covered.
My insurance is out of my control.
I don’t have a plan.
We need a better insurance plan.
I think we need to get it out of the way before I get sick.
The most common reason my husband doesn’t have insurance is because of a preexisting condition.
What does that mean?
You must be 65 or older, you have a diagnosis of cancer, you live in Mississippi.
You must have been diagnosed with cancer in the last year, or have a preeXisting condition, like a stroke, heart attack, diabetes, or other illness that would make it harder for you to pay your bills.
If you have any type of preexistence condition, you will have to pay a higher premium than the average person does.
And then you have to wait for insurance companies to start providing coverage, which takes a while to do.
If you don’t qualify for Medicaid, you cannot get insurance.
If you are over 65 and have a condition that would not be covered by the government, your health care provider must cover it for you.
If they do not cover it, you are considered uninsured.