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... Hi. Yes, I am here. Not sure what you are worried about...the colonoscopy is the safest most effective way to check for CRC..and if there was nothing to biopsy, there is no real reason to go back and look again. ... (5 replies)
... I spoke to a family member who recommended I call my doctor who performed the colonoscopy last year and let him know what is going on. After speaking to the doctor he recommended scheduling another colonoscopy just in case something was missed. ... (3 replies)
... e, my friend, that you do not have cancer. Kudos to those who do have cancer and are fighting the good fight. Like the previous poster, I am required to undergo colonoscopy and endoscopy every year, but with history of stage 4 endometriosis. Right now, it feels as though my colon is being "choked" by scar tissue... ... (11 replies)

... Subsequent ones will not be covered until I meet my deductible. I guess I may have to set aside expenses for colonoscopy if my doctor insists on regular colonoscopy once in 3 years or so. ... (11 replies)
... there are so many different kind of polyps benign and cancerous and since i am not a physician i couldn't even begin to tell you..sorry...what type of insurance do you have? ... (11 replies)
... As you indicated, I guess I have to just wait for the results and hope for the best. Do you know approximately what percentage of the polyps removed during colonoscopy turns out benign? ... (11 replies)
Colonoscopy 2013
Dec 15, 2012
... I then ended up using a program called Colonoscopy Assist. ... (2 replies)
Colonoscopy 2013
Dec 3, 2012
... Feedback discussing colonoscopy and the Affordable Care Act......... Obamacare..... would be helpful. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with Leslie! Go to another doctor. Does the area in which you and your husband live have a medical assistance program or any other assistance for those with no insurance? Is there a medical school/training hospital near where you live? They will do it. The fact your hubby's mom was dx'ed with colon cancer is enough for your husband to have a colonoscopy. ... (3 replies)
... We don't have insurance and my husband is 31. His mother was diagnosed with colon cancer and now he is showing several symptoms. Black stools with large amounts of visible blood. ... (3 replies)
... Lost insurance after I lost my job. ... (5 replies)
... Can you give us more info? Reason for wanting/needing the test? Other issues surrounding no insurance - canceled, couldn't pay, lost job? (5 replies)
... I am looking to have a colonoscopy in Chicago and have no insurance. ... (0 replies)
... how can a 55 yr old person get a colonoscopy with no insurance (5 replies)
... Call around to different hospitals. Tell them you dont have insurance or that you have a high deductible and that you want to pay cash. Most places have a reduced rate for those that self pay. ... (1 replies)
... Okay, so I have health insurance but they won't cover my Colonoscopy because I had one in 2007 when I had insurance through my old job. My new insurance is an individual policy and has exclusions. Namely Colon cancer, diagnosis and tests and treatment. ... (1 replies)
... what does a colonoscopy cost without insurance (0 replies)
... how much is a colonoscopy in salt lake city, without insurance? ... (1 replies)
... Thanks everyone! It's been about 9 years since my last colonoscopy. My new insurance just kicked in and so all my doctors are new to me (except this one...I saw him over a decade ago and he told me I had IBS when I actually had a partial bowel obstruction). I was convinced into letting him do the scope before they changed doctors, since changing doctors would have caused... (3 replies)
... Also, call your insurance company... ... (1 replies)


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