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SHAYREBORN
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9/21/12 3:01 P

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I got the same denial from BCBS even after I tried fighting it and telling them that I would sign a waiver saying that I wouldn't have any "female" issues covered.

~Shay

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AMADEO2010
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9/20/12 7:38 P

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Just wanted to update that for those in Illinois, Health Alliance will have you, and their pre-existing condition waiting period is one year if you haven't had insurance in the previous 63 days.


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RAININGDOWN
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9/12/12 1:24 P

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I'm sorry I wish I could be of more help, but we get insurance just through my husband's work.

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AMADEO2010
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9/10/12 8:03 P

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Does anyone know of a PCOS friendly health insurance company? I just started a new job and their probationary period for their insurance is one year. I'd like to have something in the meantime for those just in case things you never plan for like car accidents, broken bones, appendicitis, etc. and I applied to BCBS for a high deductible policy and got my denial today. I'm kind of peeved, really. I'm still eligible for the COBRA from my old job but it's about $200 more a month than I'm really comfortable paying, though it's still on the table.

I've looked at some Health Alliance policies on healthcare.gov and I'm thinking about those too, but what else is there? I'm in the state of Illinois. I'm fine with high deductible, I'd like to keep my premiums around $150 or less.

What things do you guys have?


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