Adult Human Growth Hormone Deficiency - Does medicaid pay for human growth hormone when it is proven
- 27 Nov 2009 by kristybehymer
- 3 Aug 2010
- adult human growth hormone deficiency
... to be needed? I have gone through stim tests that show a very low amount. The symptoms presented themselves after a car accident 5 years ago, but I didn't know until then what was wrong. Thanks. I am disabled and on medicare and medicaid.
Added 27 Nov 2009:
Thank you-that was fast. and at least it does give me hope!!!
Since you are on Medicare part D is your primary as it works in conjunction with Medicaid. If they do not cover and you really need it. You can appeal the decision and Medicaid can request a tar. Either way the squeeky wheel gets the greese.
Medicade does pay for it, i also got sick after head trama with GHD, and am also on state assistance now, im curious to compare each others syptoms. ive learned alot on this issue after working qwith somew of the nastions top docd
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