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 If your first pre-natal care visit was after your insurance effective date by 7 days can pregnancy be considered pre-existing?

Answer This depends on the insurance company, the wording of the pregnancy question on the application, and how the poilcy is written concerning pregnancy.With BlueCross Blueshield of Florida, pregnant wo... Read More »
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If considered disabled and was employed as a truck driver what is considered gainful emplotment?

Assess the economic facts: your earnings before the disability, your living expenses such as housing, utilities, taxes, etc (not discretionary i.e., premium cable channels, restaurant dining, etc),... Read More »
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Would gout be considered a pre-existing condition - if it subsequently moves to your hands - after taking out the insurance would it be considered pre existing?

If you had gout any where in your body previously then it is a pretty safe bet that it wil be described as a pre-existing condition iif you get it any where else. Gout is the result of uric acid cr... Read More »
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What is considered frequent urination in early pregnancy Is the urge of having to GO every hour and a half considered frequent?

Answer No, like everything else there is a wide variation, some women need to go every hour, and others (myself included) have no increase in frequency at all.If you find it is burning/painful/sme... Read More »
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Is a stock sale reportable based on trade date or settlement date?

According to the Internal Revenue Service, the sale of a stock is reportable for tax purposes on the day that the stock is sold, not on the trade's settlement date.References:IRS.gov: Sales and Tra... Read More »
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