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Endoscopy cost
Mar 30, 2009
... how much does an endoscopy cost (0 replies)
Endoscopy cost
Jan 18, 2009
... Endoscopy cost (1 replies)
... For me I believe it required a $10.00 co pay since it was prescribed by my PCP. Of coarse the insurance payment is another $1,200 per month, but my employer pays the biggest share of that. (5 replies)

... With insurance and everything how much did your endoscopy cost? ... (5 replies)
... how much does an endoscopy cost? ... (9 replies)
... out of pocket to include the deductible. It was several years ago. I recently paid about the same for my colonoscopy and I think they cost about the same. ... (5 replies)
... It will completely depend on your individual doctor and where it is performed though. My doc has his own endoscopy suite so I didn't have to go to any hospital to get it done. ... (4 replies)
Endoscopy Cost
Dec 1, 2005
... What is the average cost of this procedure? ... (0 replies)
Good news
May 31, 2012
... out of pocket due to my high deductible. I don't think that covers the cost of the pathologist's report or even the doctor's fee. ... (3 replies)
Good news
May 24, 2012
... endoscopy or Esophageal pH monitoring. I think I'd go with the endoscopy of the two. I'm not sure though if it's worth it. ... (3 replies)
Cost of endoscopy
Mar 24, 2009
... cost of endoscopy (0 replies)
Cost of endoscopy
Mar 12, 2009
... For myself, with no health insurance and just trying to figure out how to afford medication, an endoscopy is not even an option, even though it was recommended. ... (1 replies)
Cost of endoscopy
Jan 21, 2009
... cost of endoscopy (1 replies)
Endoscopy cost
Jan 18, 2009
... That will vary. But I asked the receptionist before I had mine done a week ago. She told me $2,200. (ouch!) But luckily my husband has good insurance for me. I am sure we will have a deductable since this is Jan. :( These things aren't cheap. Good luck! (1 replies)
... I haven't had a colonoscopy, but my gastroenterologist said the same thing. He said when it's time for a colonoscopy, I'll be due for another endoscopy, so they'll likely schedule them both at the same time. There really is nothing at all to the endoscopy. I think it's natural to worry about something you've never experienced before, but it was really very easy and not... (16 replies)
... g both done at the same time. My doctor was even recommending it, and even stated it saves money to the insurance. I felt like he approves of the convience and cost savings! I dont know what drugs they used, but i had an IV and i believe they only mentioned one drug used to sedate me. ... (16 replies)
... n sick for the past 3 wks. I went to a GP Dr last Friday. He said that I may have a beginning ulcer and quickly lost interest in treating me. He said that the cost was prohibitative to do an endoscopy or other tests to rule out the other probabilities for my condition. I've lost 13 lbs just within the past 2. ... (9 replies)
... how much does it cost to have an Endoscopy? ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for the replys (5 replies)
... You're not just looking for cancer, especially the 1st time. You're looking for various causes. The possibility of gastritis, too much bile on an allegedly empty stomach, and the biggie - ulcers. I'm sure there are other things to look for. Of course, in theory most of these things would be the 1st time. But then, the average recommendation of every 2 years for an... (5 replies)

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