Gt1956 wrote: smphead wrote:
Gt1956 wrote:Straying from the topic. A cousin described his health insurance to me. Sounded very similar to our insurance. Does your health insurance cover implants?
No, they want you to do VED or inections.
Only in the End you can do an implant in The Netherlands. Problem is there are no high volume implanteers in The Netherlands.
Many isurance companies here are similar. They want you to try the simple/cheaper treatments first. Don't worry very much about that. You can try them a time or two then tell your doctor that they were ineffective or caused other problems. I'm fairly sure that at least some guys have even lied about trying them. Really, it is not like you're under oath testifying to a judge. I told my surgeon that I didn't want to try injections for fear of getting peyronies. He agreed with me. In January I become eligible for our goverment ran program called Medicare. They don't have the other treatment rule.
Lack of a surgeon can be a bigger problem. Get your local surgeons name & research him the best that you can. If you don't want to accept him. I suggest you complain that you want to be sent to a better surgeon.
How well do you speak some other languages?
Thanx for your responce.
It's tough to get a green light for an implant covered by healt insurance.
A lot of counseling and you need a partner (how discriminating is that). But i can get about 40%
Back from.taxes, and i'm ok with that.
I speak Englisch like the way i write. So it's not perfect but i can make my point.
I think Belgium is the best option for me. It's affordable and they speak Enlisch, although it's in the Frenck speaking part of Belgium.
I don't want the hassle over here to get in the end being operated by a low volume doc.
1978, male Netherlands. ED due Propecia use. Currently using cialis.
Thinking about Penile Implant.