Best health insurance, if your unemployed, and already have health problems?

What is the best health insurance for yourself if you do not have a job but can buy health insurance (husband works) and already have pre exsisting health conditions (hypothyroid, PCOS) and you do not want to pay much out of pocket when you goto the doctor or for RX's? I do not know ANYTHING about insurance I have never had it!

Asked By: dazed_and_confused - 7/5/2006
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Can you get insurance through your husband’s work? That would probably be the least expensive route. If you want insurance on your own, the best place to start is by doing what you’re doing now – asking for personal recommendations. What kind of health insurance are you looking for? It might be a good idea to jot down... More
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Additional Answers (8)
Answered By: fuzzykiwi05 - 7/5/2006
A gun and one bullet... you decide where it goes.
Answered By: xxxcariooo - 7/5/2006
yups.. medical.. and moving to canada would help
Answered By: needsumBRAiNz - 7/5/2006
Apply for a state issued medical card.
Answered By: formerlypth - 7/5/2006
Can you be covered on your husband's policy at work. If not check to see if the you qualify for any state programs such as insurance at a reduced rate. if not then check for health insurance programs used by people who are self employed.
Answered By: stophatinboo - 7/5/2006
yeah, go to the office of temporary assistance and apply for Medicaid. You may not be elligible for Medicare. Ask an advisor though. and don't listen to these guys.... immaturity never got anyone results.
Answered By: cherylacbus2 - 7/5/2006
contact your state agency for medicaid. I believe you can get insurance this way if you have pre-existing conditions. Regular insurance will almost always turn you down, and if they don't they will anally r**e you for it. Can your hubby get a job with insurance? That way you can be covered as a spouse.
Answered By: Datura - 7/5/2006
Oxford insurance, work in many hospitals
Answered By: ONARO - 7/5/2006
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