Posted by: Magda | 2005/06/01



If you go for a bloodtest for a policy, and they advise you that it was not approved due to your liver not being according to standards, what do they mean, and what can be the problem?

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Magda, it means that there was something wrong with our liver enzymes. The best would be to ask your doctor to find out what the problem was (he should eventually get a report from them). Good luck.

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Posted by: anon | 2005/06/02

Magda another thing they should not have declined the whole policy but just excluded liver related conditions - ask them why the declined

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Posted by: anon | 2005/06/01

Ask the insurer to send a copy of the test results to your GP - you are entitled to request it and then you can ask your GP to discuss the results with you.

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