From: jenny low (
Tue Mar 6 23:18:24 2001


Did you happen to have referral from your PCP or ob/gyn before to see the urologist? If you did, you might be able to have the bill covered. I agree with you though that his office should of told you that he would be covered in a week. I hope things get straightened out for you so that bill doesn't have to come totally out of your own pocket.

I'm glad that you were able to get your medical records from the hospital. I don't think there will be anything from that ob/gyn unless you were admitted to the hospital under her care. In that case there will be info from when you were in there. Hopefully it will be enough to get the adhesions surgeon to take care of you. Trying to get all this stuff taken care of can be a real pain. Just be persistant! Take care of yourself!

Big hugs, Jenny

>From: (CherylCole)
>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>Subject: med records
>Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2001 09:17:48 -0600
>I want to thank everyone who replied to my message about obtaining my
>medical records. I went to the records dept. at the hospital yesterday
>and requested all records they have on me. They say it will take about
>a week and there is NO charge. Hopefully they will contain reports from
>her(ob/gyn). I live in Clarkston, Mi. and am currently looking for a
>adhesion specialist. They say stress only adds to medical problems, but
>it is sure hard to just go with the flow when these things happen. Now
>i have gotten a large bill from the uroligist because he wasn't a PPO
>provider when I saw him for my first visit. He could have told me he
>would be one if I had waited one week for the appt!

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