Big surprise in mail

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medhatg
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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby medhatg » Mon Nov 13, 2017 8:02 pm

medhatg wrote:
Zxylpk wrote: Someday we might get a more sensible health care system like Canada.


We've our problems is Canada with socialized medicine. Doctors have a ceiling on what they can bill the government who is their only client, so the specialists end up working 6 months and the 6 months in the Caribbean, and that leads to long wait times to see a specialist. Since seeing the doctor is free to the patient and paid a 100% by the government, the family doctor is my mother's and other's favorite destination if they are bored and want to talk to someone. The system is heavily frauded by overseas foreigners for big heart and brain surgeries and the tax payers end up paying for it. To Hugh's point, sex change is considered an urgent surgery and will be put in-front of the line for political correctness sake, while an implant is considered an "elective" procedure and the urologist has to write a "thesis" to a bureaucrat to get approval to get it funded.
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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby Larry10625 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:17 am

medhatg wrote:
medhatg wrote:
Zxylpk wrote: Someday we might get a more sensible health care system like Canada.


We've our problems is Canada with socialized medicine. Doctors have a ceiling on what they can bill the government who is their only client, so the specialists end up working 6 months and the 6 months in the Caribbean, and that leads to long wait times to see a specialist. Since seeing the doctor is free to the patient and paid a 100% by the government, the family doctor is my mother's and other's favorite destination if they are bored and want to talk to someone. The system is heavily frauded by overseas foreigners for big heart and brain surgeries and the tax payers end up paying for it. To Hugh's point, sex change is considered an urgent surgery and will be put in-front of the line for political correctness sake, while an implant is considered an "elective" procedure and the urologist has to write a "thesis" to a bureaucrat to get approval to get it funded.



Not me,,, because of all the botched procedures I had, it is covered by OHIP, no questions asked. Also, it took me 5 months to get to see Dr. Brock the first time, but after my initial appointment I have got in to see him in as little as 26 hours. :)

Larry
AMS 700 (18 + 2). Implant Mar 30/17 by Dr. Brock of London, Ont, CANADA. Septic Shock - had implant removed Apr 29/17. Appt. for consult for second attempt is on Nov. 24/17, surgery scheduled for Dec. 14/17, plastic surgeon will be in on it again. :)

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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby hturner12 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:32 am

This is going to be intersting. Just got an email from GEHA that their president is hosting a chat session today. I have already submitted the question how can they pay for a sex change but not an implant. She will problely blow me off, which will only give me more ammunition for my fight. This may end up as a Congressional Investigation.
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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby Larry10625 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:34 am

hturner12 wrote:This is going to be intersting. Just got an email from GEHA that their president is hosting a chat session today. I have already submitted the question how can they pay for a sex change but not an implant. She will problely blow me off, which will only give me more ammunition for my fight. This may end up as a Congressional Investigation.



Yeah, either blow you off or answer like a politician, which is no answer at all, just creates more questions. :)

Larry
AMS 700 (18 + 2). Implant Mar 30/17 by Dr. Brock of London, Ont, CANADA. Septic Shock - had implant removed Apr 29/17. Appt. for consult for second attempt is on Nov. 24/17, surgery scheduled for Dec. 14/17, plastic surgeon will be in on it again. :)

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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby hturner12 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:08 am

Larry10625 wrote:
hturner12 wrote:This is going to be intersting. Just got an email from GEHA that their president is hosting a chat session today. I have already submitted the question how can they pay for a sex change but not an implant. She will problely blow me off, which will only give me more ammunition for my fight. This may end up as a Congressional Investigation.



Yeah, either blow you off or answer like a politician, which is no answer at all, just creates more questions. :)

Larry

I did throw poltical correct in there about the sex change
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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby Larry10625 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 1:09 pm

hturner12 wrote:
Larry10625 wrote:
hturner12 wrote:This is going to be intersting. Just got an email from GEHA that their president is hosting a chat session today. I have already submitted the question how can they pay for a sex change but not an implant. She will problely blow me off, which will only give me more ammunition for my fight. This may end up as a Congressional Investigation.



Yeah, either blow you off or answer like a politician, which is no answer at all, just creates more questions. :)

Larry

I did throw poltical correct in there about the sex change


:D :D :D
AMS 700 (18 + 2). Implant Mar 30/17 by Dr. Brock of London, Ont, CANADA. Septic Shock - had implant removed Apr 29/17. Appt. for consult for second attempt is on Nov. 24/17, surgery scheduled for Dec. 14/17, plastic surgeon will be in on it again. :)

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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby hturner12 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:57 pm

Blew me off
Hugh
Rezum 07/20/17
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Married 34, ED 5 Diabetes
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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby David_R » Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:14 pm

:evil: Fuck them all! :evil:
Baltimore area. Age 68. Prostatectomy in 2000, CX inserted in 2002. It wore out after 12 yrs., got LGX in 2014. I am glad I had them both. My great urologist is Dr. Marc Siegelbaum. (After some time of regular inflating I regained my original length.)

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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby hturner12 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:51 am

Unfortunately, services and supplies related to ED are currently a specific plan exclusion. Benefits are reviewed each year for changes.



However, under the FEHB laws, “no carrier participating in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program may have a general exclusion of services, drugs or supplies related to gender transition or “sex transformations.”
Hugh
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TITAN OTR 22cm no RTE , 125 cc reservoir Dr Hakky 08/28/17
Married 34, ED 5 Diabetes
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Re: Big surprise in mail

Postby David_R » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:27 pm

hturner12 wrote:Unfortunately, services and supplies related to ED are currently a specific plan exclusion. Benefits are reviewed each year for changes.

And again I ask, is breast reconstruction after a mastectomy covered? (This would only be mirrored by E.D. caused by surgery like a prostatectomy. My insurance company back in 2002 told me that my implant was only approved for E.D. because it was the result of a physical condition rather than a psychological condition, which they would not cover.)
Baltimore area. Age 68. Prostatectomy in 2000, CX inserted in 2002. It wore out after 12 yrs., got LGX in 2014. I am glad I had them both. My great urologist is Dr. Marc Siegelbaum. (After some time of regular inflating I regained my original length.)


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