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help please

I am a single mom of two who runs a small inhome daycare.  I am uninsured and can not afford insurance (or am unaware of any affordable insurance).  I am experiencing what I believe is a hyperthyroid problem, it runs in my family and talking to the family members that have it, Im sure I do too.  With that said, i need some help finding affordable medical insurance, I'm in Georgia and I do not qualify for medicaid because I'm not pregnant.  I feel like I'm dying and I need to seek care but can not afford and endocronologist.  Here hare my symptoms, can anyone point me in the right direction?Anemia

Dyslexia (difficulty with reading, calculating, thinking)
Erratic behavior, Excessive mood swings
Eye problems (blurring; double vision; gritty, achy, dry, irritated
red eyes; bulging eyes; light sensitivity; jumpy eyes; watery eyes)
Fatigue (all the time, despite sleep sufficiency)
Fertility problems
Hair problems ( thinning and loss, textural changes)
Hearing disabilities (tinnitus, ear ringing among them)
Hypersensitivity to heat (heat intolerance)
Increased frequency of stools (without diarrhea)
Increased sweating
Insomnia or restless sleep
Low resistance to infections
Menstrual changes (flow, duration)
Mental challenges (forgetfulness, brain fog, uncontrollable rages)
Muscle weakness (arm triceps, leg quadriceps)
Palpitations (rapid, forceful or irregular heart beats)
PMS (premenstrual syndrome)
Skin Changes (rashes, dry, itchy, patchy)
Tachycardia (rapid heart beat)
Throat problems (difficulty swallowing, sore throat)
Tremors (shaking hands)
Voice changes (hoarse, husky)
Weakness (overall, all the time)
Weight loss
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282113 tn?1388159749
Dear helpmyazzplease,

Here are some options for you;

You can search for free clinics in your area by using an online search engine like http://www.google.com/ and search for Free Clinics Atlanta GA. Call the clinic & inquire about their rules & if you qualify.

If you get to use a free clinic & are prescribed medications, visit www.NeedyMeds.com which is a non-profit with the mission of helping people who cannot afford medicine or healthcare costs. The information at NeedyMeds is available anonymously and free of charge.

You can also contact Foundation for Health Coverage Education at 800.234.1317 to find out if you qualify for any publicly assisted programs (I have known individuals who qualified for Medicaid even though they were not pregnant).

You also stated that you "can not afford insurance (or are unaware of any affordable insurance)". Depending on what you consider affordable, privately purchased health insurance is available to qualifying applicants. Qualification is determined through the process of underwriting in which your current state of health will be decisive for the approval of your application. To most traditional health insurance carriers being tested, treated, examined, consulted with, received advice on or had symptoms of a condition could be construed as Pre-existing Condition. To find out more about private or individual health insurance contact a licensed agent in your area.


Amir Mostafaie
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627423 tn?1222057666
You can look into Guaranteed Acceptance Healthcare Benefits  which could help you get some help with your conditions.  check it out at this site below:

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If you like, check out the following links.  This company offers health care that can be discounted up to 80%.  The highest package you pay for is $59.95 for the entire household per month.  There are cheaper options available as well.  Please let me know if you are interested in any of the options by e-mailing me at ***@****.  Here are the links......

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647344 tn?1223679230
In Florida when this happens the only alternative here is group insurance.
Each state has different laws, you need to understand your state laws first.

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