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I want to see a gynecologist. But i only have medicaid and i don't know any doctors. Any suggestions?

I want to see a gynecologist. But i only have medicaid and i don't know any doctors. Any suggestions?

Call: Call some doctors in your area and ask if ther accept medicaid. Many mds will accept a certain percentage of medicaid patients per year. ...Read more

Dr. Carol Major
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Obstetrics And Gynecology (Definition)

Obstetricians deal with pregnancy and helping women to have a healthy baby. Gynecology deals with women's reproduction health, so gynecologists treat reproductive health problems like irregular periods, vaginitis, abnormal pap tests. Gynecologists also help women to maintain or achieve overall health--and so address issues of ...Read more


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Wanted to know where can I find a obstetrics and gynecology who takes straight medicaid?

Wanted to know where can I find a obstetrics and gynecology who takes straight medicaid?

State Medicaid: Every state manages their own medicaid program differently, but if you have medicaid there should be a phone number on your card (or sometimes also a website you can go to) in order to look up which providers in your local area accept medicaid and whether they are currently taking new patients. Good luck! ...Read more

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Getting my period every 2 weeks for a 5 months? How urgent is it to see a dr. Can i risk waiting? Cant afford insurance and don't qualify for medicaid

Getting my period every 2 weeks for a 5 months? How urgent is it to see a dr. Can i risk waiting? Cant afford insurance and don't qualify for medicaid

Vaginal bleeding: Perhaps you have vaginal bleeding (vb) that is not related to your cycle. Go to a gynecologist (g) and have an ultrasound done of your uterus to see if your bleeding is coming from a bleeding fibroid. Have the g go over your hormonal levels and ask for the g's comments. Excessive vb for 5 months is clearly not normal and it needs to be evaluated before you become severely anemic. Good luck. ...Read more

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I don't understand medicaid. Please explain.?

I don't understand medicaid. Please explain.?

Medicaid: Medicaid is a gov't health insurance program for the poor. Combination of state & federal funding, so every state is somewhat different. Contact your local county health & human services department to learn who is eligible to apply, to make an application, or to learn about what your state's program covers. Post back here if more detailed questions. Good luck! ...Read more

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If I turn 65 and get medicaid will that be all I need?

If I turn 65 and get medicaid will that be all I need?

Medicare over 65: Medicare (not medicaid) is the federal health insurance program for americans over 65. You should contact your local social security office a few months before you turn 65 in order to apply. Even tho you are entitled to it, you still have to apply to get enrolled. There are basic options (free), some extras for prescription coverage, and you can also buy supplemental insurance if you want. ...Read more

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Okay thank you. Do u know which urgent cares near that will take Medicaid.

Okay thank you. Do u know which urgent cares near  that will take Medicaid.

Urgent care: in my experience doesn't accept medicaid. they often require cash up front. perhaps you can work out a payment plan with them. best of luck ...Read more

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What is difference between nhs and medicaid?

What is difference between nhs and medicaid?

Britain vs. U.S.: The nhs, or national health service, is the publicly funded health care system of the united kingdom. Medicaid is a healthcare program in the United States designed to serve low income families or those with certain disabilities, and is funded by both the states and federal government. ...Read more

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What is chip? Insurance for the poor? Medicaid?

What is chip? Insurance for the poor? Medicaid?

Insures poor kids : Chip is the children's health insurance program, established in 1997. It was designed to provide insurance to families with children whose incomes that are low, but too high to qualify for medicaid. It is funded by the states with matching funds from the federal government. ...Read more