Free Medical for Seizures / Epilepsy?

I would like to find out how would or what process do i go through to get help from Obama care free medical help for my seizure control? How long does the process take?

Not to be rude but i really need help with my seizure control. I have no job because of my disability and i have no kind of insurance because of that so if you may help me i will be really be happy to say thank you.

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i need Medicaid i have serizue. and i need to see a brain dr. and get test run. and get pills for my condition.


I would contact your state medicaid office and a local public hospital (and whatever existing care providers you have) to get direction on the best move for you. Access to Medicaid depends on your state and income, so that is why I say to contact and am not giving 100% specific advice beyond that.


I have epilepsy. my seizures have been controlled for a year now. As long as I follow my Doctors prescribed dosage of medicine. I want to return back to work but afraid that if I do I will loose my medicare medical insurance. If I do I will not be able to afford a medical insurance that will pay for my expensive doctor bills and medicine. How do I resolve it…


Obamacare is DUMB .

LaQuisha Armstrong

my husband suffers from seizers and needs medical help. i applied for medicaid for myself my son and my husband last month and have no response yet. we all have medical conditions that requires doctors care, please help


You can always follow up and appeal with Medicaid, it really matters what state you are in. In some more liberal states it is easy to get Medicaid, in other non-liberal states it can be tricker. Think that is a polite way to say it. In simple terms, follow up with them rather than waiting and resubmit and repeal if need be. No great interm solution aside local charity and private plans (including short term).

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