I have medicaid and medicare, and I want to see a particular doctor who takes medicare, however does not take medicaid.3 AnswersOther - General Health Care9 years ago
This question is for people who know about being on Medicaid AND medicare at the same time... I know in the end I need to contact medicare. So no answers saying "Call this number..." please.
My situation is that I am in my 20's and am on disability and got Medicaid last year. Well, over the summer, I was finally able to qualify for Medicare. So, now I have both medicaid and medicare, with medicare being primary. Well, before I got medicare, I had a PCP (Primary Care Physician) in which I could only see her because she was listed as my PCP. I couldn't see any other doctor without switching PCP's and it takes until the next month to get a new PCP. Well, the PCP I got I hate. I hate her so much cause all she does is make me feel bad for being fat. Any time I went to see her, she said all my problems were from being fat. Well, my mental illnesses and meds are what has been causing me to gain weight. And instead of telling me exactly what to do for my body specifically, she just says "eat right and exercise." *rolls eyes* Anyway, I hate seeing her and want a new doctor. I only have stuck with her till now because I have been seeing an ear doctor referred by her, and I was too scared to switch PCP's and not have that referral still cover the visits to the ear doctor.
(Sorry that this is so long) But, my question is... Do I need to switch PCP's on my medicaid when I have medicare too? And does medicare require a PCP to be established, and that you can only go to that PCP on file for them to cover it? Basically how do I change my PCP, or do I even have to? And if i DO switch, will my future appointments with the ear doctor still be covered, even though it was referred by my old PCP?
Thanks for all serious answers! I need to look up on this, but I was just wondering if anyone in the same situation knew what to do.3 AnswersOther - Health9 years ago
I bought a whole bunch of fireworks (just fountains and flowers) and the fuse string fell out of one of my mini fountains. I kinda pushed it back in, but I was just wondering if anyone knew if the firework is still safe to use or if something bad may happen. Just want to be cautious. I don't know much about them because this is really my first year doing fireworks. Thanks in advance for any real answers.1 AnswerOther - Science9 years ago
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If police wrongly accuse you of domestic violence against husband, and husband says it didn't happen?
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Sometimes, I get little bumps on my inner labia, almost like they are tiny blisters that pop a few days later, and then will be a little sore but clear up the next day. This just started happening in the past year. I also have poly-cystic ovarian syndrome and was wondering if its related. I do not have any STDs, have been tested and cleared. I've gotten blisters from rough sex but these days I don't have sex that often and get them still. They don't itch, just hurt when pressure is being put on them. I will only have 1 maybe 2 at a time. About a frequency of every 3-4 weeks. I have good hygiene and it doesn't seem to matter if I am on my period or not. Anyone have an idea of what is going on down there? I know in order to get a true diagnosis I need to see a doctor, but tonight I just got kind of curious as to see what others have to say or if anyone else gets the same thing. Thanks.2 AnswersWomen's Health9 years ago
My room is small, not to mention that I share it with my boyfriend. I don't have much stuff, but it seems like no matter what, after I clean my room, it always just gets messy like even by the next day or two! Does anyone have any ideas of how I can organize my room better, so I have less trouble with having such a messy room? Boyfriend hates that I am so messy. I have a problem with throwing my trash away. My desk which is pretty small, is filled up with soda cans, a paper plate, and just... stuff I don't know where else to put, because I use them frequently enough that I don't want to put them in a drawer and have to get it out all the time... Any organization tips out there? Thanks.3 AnswersDecorating & Remodeling9 years ago
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