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... n pain to my lower left side. It has been hurting for the last four days and is getting worse everyday. It feels like someone is squeezing the tar out of me with no release and sometimes it even feels like I am being stabbed in that area. I am a single mom of a 17month old girl. ... (3 replies)
... continued to work after receiving the last, sixth, round of shots in my neck in 2010. And as all others, the shots had worn off within the year. By then I had no insurance even though I was still working... ... (6 replies)
... ntil the mid 80's when I took up running and soon couldn't walk. I learned then I was born with my knees out of alignment. I've had 3 surgeries on 1 knee and 1 surgery on the other. ... (6 replies)

... still have no insurance. ... (12 replies)
... I am 19yrs old today. when i was 16 i got into an accident that tore apart my left ankle joint. as soon as i turned 18 i could no longer receive coverage under my dads insurance. now i walk with a cane and cannot find work because of it. ... (2 replies)
... i agree i have no insurance eithier and am in need of testing i tried medicaid they laughed!! u have to have a kid to get that ! ... (12 replies)
... I have been out of work for around 3 months now on Dr's orders. Doctor said I really need surgery, but now have no job,no money coming in and no Insurance, due to my back problems.What can I do or apply for? ... (1 replies)
... if the Senators' families had no insurance or food you can bet your bottom dollar they'd take really quick action. ... (11 replies)
... me pain relief because doctors do this everyday to give pain relief. I understand there are nerves in the cervical region that if severed could cause paralysis, but if you are that close to that happening, why isnt a doctor doing surgery on an emergency basis, even if you have no insurance? ... (6 replies)
... My friend is 47 he is on disability and has no insurance. He suffers with pain every day... ... (3 replies)
... I know doctors are in the business of making money, but I would think that occassionally they should do some charity work for people who clearly need it. It sounds like you clearly need it and are caught between a rock and a hard place. ... (6 replies)
... and my regular insurance will not cover it because they say it was caused in the surgery... both were taken to court by me and BOTH won. ... (4 replies)
... inflammatory medication. From what I hear, his leg is horribly swollen and there are many bone fragments that need to be removed. ... (2 replies)
... There is no way to "hurry up and get insurance". ... (3 replies)
... going pain. I have been suffering with this chronic pain for over 3 years and I've seen well over 20 doctors who have no idea what to do. My HMO wants me to stay inside their network, but they want me to go to a "specialist" who has never treated anyone with my condition before. ... (4 replies)
... rely wrong with me. I am also diabetic so I fear the fainting and fatigue might be undiagnosed heart disease. I just know something is wrong. I don't have health insurance cause I was cut off after I turned 25. I am 29 now. I really need to go see a doctor, and possibly get prescriptions, and kind of surgery I might need... ... (0 replies)
... most states require your car insurance to pay for all expenses relating any motor vehicle accident anyway, only after you car insurance policy is exhauseted can you submit to your health insurance. ... (11 replies)
... my sweetheart has gone through cancer surgery and had her bladder removed along with all her female parts. I would like to know how we can get insurance since she has none. ... (2 replies)
... o my dismay, I learned that I would have to wait until the next enrollment period in Oct. Even worse, coverage would not start until Jan 2010. A full year with no insurance. ... (2 replies)
... L7, but the lumbar level of the spine only goes to L5, there is no L6 or L7, so if a doctor told you this, I would run, not walk to another doctor!!!! ... (6 replies)

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