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triplealpha78 karma

You have an awesome future Dr visit!

  • Nurse: "okay, I'm just going to ask you a few questions about your medical history. Have you had any major surgeries or medical conditions?"
  • You: "Well, I had part of my penis removed that was bothering me. I didn't have any complications."
  • Nurse: "Which doctor performed the surgery?"
  • You: "I did, at home, without anesthesia. I also posted pictures of it on the Internet."
  • Nurse: ". . ."

triplealpha72 karma

As a native Michigander - have an upvote.

triplealpha10 karma

Quick question - is there any financial cost to you? Afterall, you are a patient in a hospital undergoing a procedure.

triplealpha2 karma

I'm calling bullshit. As a Buckeye alum, you know better than to call it "Ohio State University."

Credentials: NASM and ACE Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant, B.A. Exercise Science + B.A. Strategic Communications - Ohio State University

triplealpha2 karma

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say you go to Ohio State? Most student health insurance (at least the one at OSU that I had) has a maximum cap. This year was the first it was supposed to be removed because of the new healthcare law - so how could you have "saved" that money in premiums with a maximum coverage amount of $2k?

Also to qualify for student health insurance you have to take a minimum amount of classes - which would cost more than health insurance premiums in the open market

Finally, not to sound rude - but why not get a job that provides insurance? If you're well off enough to where you don't have to work and can essentially take classes "for fun" wouldn't that be a better use of your time?

Edit: alum of two B1G schools.