How did your insurance prevent you from receiving a good endometriosis care?

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With endometriosis, you might find it difficult to navigate insurance companies. For example, some great doctors might not accept your insurance and the insurance denies paying for their services. The insurance companies might insist that you go to their in network provider that is not an expert in endometriosis care. This situation needs some awareness and we need people to come forward and talk about their experience. Please share how your insurance impacted your chances of receiving care in endometriosis.

  • masoud hosseini asked 2 weeks ago
  • last edited 2 weeks ago
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As someone already considered disabled before my endo diagnosis, I am on medicare for insurance. They won’t allow me to see anyone for Excision, let alone an expert, it’s all hormone treatments, go to a gastric specialist for a colonoscopy, have an ultrasound, if anything. I consider myself “lucky” my endo physically blocked a surgeon from reaching a surgical site as it is probably the only reason I was finally diagnosed, (it was with histologic confirmation, samples from the unrelated surgery were sent and confirmed to be endo adhesions and I had endometriomas on the ovary.)

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