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Seriously, I can sympathize with you although I am not in school. I sometimes feel I cant get off the threadmill. Work, kids and visiting family is a tough mix to keep up, not to mention the neck surgery I have to have before school.
Good luck with your surgery! Hope everything goes well.
* Managerial accounting final tomorrow * Presentation & Paper for tomorrow * Doctor's appointment in the afternoon * Surgery on Tuesday (to fix wrist from car accident back in October) * Mom in town
i am home. all went well. sedation was gun - i got to sleep!!!
feel good now. not on any meds as i have 12-hour regional block. my arm is this big heavy warm thing that i can't feel or move. when block wears off it is oxycotin for me. looking forward to a regular cast on fri. plaster is uncool.
Hey guys, how are you paying for surgery? Does MBA student health insurance cover it?
I am an international student, and have injured my knee a few months ago working out. Lots of pain in the knee. Been doing the whole "knee brace/anti-inflammatory meds/glucosamine supplements" but not helping much. I am suspecting I need a minor surgery to fix something in there.
But about to leave for school in the US in less than 2 months, so much crap to prepare, etc. Might not have time til I get to the states. I do not have any additional insurance. So yeah, will student insurance cover it?
aceman - I think it may be questionable, as you will take out the policy with it as an existing problem. I am not too well versed on the ins-and-outs of insurance in the US, but I would not be surprised if they were difficult about it. _________________
Aceman, I'm almost positive that pre-existing conditions would be covered by your school's health insurance. Pre-existing conditions only tend to come into play when you're purchasing insurance for yourself (outside of a large plan via your employer or school) or, in some cases, when you work for a very small company.