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I want health insurance, but I have had nothing wrong with me in the past. Now I think something is wrong with me, how do I get on health insurance?
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Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine
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In brief: Health insurance
The way the system works is this.
If you have previously seen a doctor for what you suspect is wrong with you, and s/he has made a diagnosis, then you would have a "pre-existing condition". If you've never seen a doctor for this, then for insurance purposes you have no pre-existing conditions and should be eligible. Having symptoms is not the same as having a disease.

In brief: Health insurance
The way the system works is this.
If you have previously seen a doctor for what you suspect is wrong with you, and s/he has made a diagnosis, then you would have a "pre-existing condition". If you've never seen a doctor for this, then for insurance purposes you have no pre-existing conditions and should be eligible. Having symptoms is not the same as having a disease.
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