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I’m in (TX), but I’m not sure that matters because I’m under my parent’s health insurance and theirs is nationwide and through my dad’s employer. I’m 23, so I have 2 years left.

Due to a variety of events, I’m starting to very heavily suspect that I have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and this was something that was heavily ignored as a child. I’m not really looking for people’s input on whether I have this or not. Just know that there are things that do align which make me sus, and I’ve had doctors try to get me looked at before but there was resistance in the past from several parties.

Now, I’m really tempted to go, and finally just figure out what’s up, because its getting out of hand. The constant body pain is becoming a lot, and I really want to know what this is, and if so, how I manage it.

The problem is, I’m not entirely sure how this would affect my family’s (or my future) health care. They do pay part of the cost, so would that go up? Things have changed so much within my lifetime on that to where I really just have no clue, and I think I’d feel too guilty to affect their rates during covid.

Thanks!

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I’m in (TX), but I’m not sure that matters because I’m under my parent’s health insurance and theirs is nationwide and through my dad’s employer. I’m 23, so I have 2 years left. Due to a variety of events, I’m starting to very heavily suspect that I have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and this was something that was heavily ignored as a child. I’m not really looking for people’s input on whether I have this or not. Just know that there are things that do align which make me sus, and I’ve had doctors try to get me looked at before but there was resistance in the past from several parties. Now, I’m really tempted to go, and finally just figure out what’s up, because its getting out of hand. The constant body pain is becoming a lot, and I really want to know what this is, and if so, how I manage it. The problem is, I’m not entirely sure how this would affect my family’s (or my future) health care. They do pay part of the cost, so would that go up? Things have changed so much within my lifetime on that to where I really just have no clue, and I think I’d feel too guilty to affect their rates during covid. Thanks!
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