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... Hi i think the cost of a colonoscopy done private is between £1000.00 - £1500.00, fairly expensive (1 replies)
... Check with your health insurance plan but usually the associated charges are covered in full with the exception of a small copay. ... (3 replies)
... each. Our insurance deductibles were that much, so we ended up having to pay for them out of pocket. We were fortunate to have a cancer policy in effect however, and with my husband's diagnoses, we received a check that nearly covered the cost of both tests. ... (2 replies)

... In another forum a person compared the price of a colonoscopy in the U.S. to the same procedure in Spain. He said for what we pay in the U.S. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks a lot for the reassurance. ... (11 replies)
... nsurance companies will pay for colonoscopies for people over 50. If your doctor determines that it is necessary for you to have one sooner due to GI problems or a family history of colon cancer it should also be covered. I am 42 years old. Several months ago I had cramping and a little bit of bleeding. ... (3 replies)
... I'm not sure of the cost but I think most insurance companies cover it. ... (3 replies)
... This is a quote from a thread elsewhere, but the cost may be out of date. It is best to call around to get accurate information. ... (1 replies)
... You'll be happy to hear that I got a consultation with the doctor scheduled for December 6. My PCP's nurse called over the referral this morning. The colonoscopy would be on December 22 or 23, so I can still get it in this year. ... (25 replies)
... Thanks, all, for your replies. You almost had me totally convinced last night. I'm backing off from the "yikes, I'd better do this right away" attitude a bit this morning, but still may go ahead, especially if they could get me in before the first of the year. ... (25 replies)
... I can understand your concern and will certainly tell you how my husband was dx Stage 111c at the age of 65. His sister died of colon cancer at 53 so he should have been having colonoscopies but never did. His symptoms, such as they were, started only 6 months before diagnosis. ... (11 replies)
... I was hoping to get some advice. I am 34 and since the age of 19 I've had 3 colonoscopy's due to bleeding. The most recent one was about a year ago when a very small non cancers polyp was found. ... (3 replies)
Colonoscopy 2013
Dec 15, 2012
... I was in a similar situation last year and I paid out of pocket for my colonoscopy. ... (2 replies)
Colonoscopy 2013
Dec 15, 2012
... I was in a similar situation last year and I paid out of pocket for my colonoscopy. ... (2 replies)
... I live and work in China so my specialist is Chinese. I had a small flat polyp in the end of second stage removed. ... (6 replies)
... Hi guys, well as the title says I'm getting my first colonoscopy tomorrow. I been constipated for years, days would go by without even going once, then when I do very little comes out. ... (11 replies)
... The first step in getting tested for Lynch Syndrome is to meet with a genetic counselor. Most major cancer facilities have them on staff. e.g. Memorial Sloan Kettering in NYC, Dana Farber in Boston, etc. ... (1 replies)
... It has been a while since I've been here. I finished my chemo in January, and two weeks later I went to a cancer clinic in Tijuana, Mexico because I did not want to just stop and do nothing. ... (2 replies)
Large polyp
Oct 14, 2006
... Hello Cancer Dad, The Bariatric Surgeon I have selected is Dr. Hares in Michigan. ... (9 replies)
... This organisation has come under a lot pressure recently over the decisions to refuse various types of chemo drugs on the grounds of cost. However they also produce guide lines on referals either for screening or urgent suspected cases. ... (13 replies)


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