[personal profile] celticjade13
My health insurance provider thinks that I'm a guy. I brought a new prescription to Giant Eagle today to get it filled while I shopped, and it was basically something only a girl would have filled. When I went to pick it up, the pharmacist said that I needed to call my insurance company because they tried to refuse coverage due to me being listed in their system as male. The pharmacist was able to get a one-time override, but I have to call the insurance company to make sure it's changed in their system.

I'm kind of curious how long it's been in their system like that. I've had this insurance for over a year, but I've only been off this kind of prescription for 6 months. Shouldn't the insurance company notice that they covered this for about 7 months last year? Did they think I magically changed genders at any point during the last 6 months? Of course, this is the same insurance that is currently requiring me to meet a $300 deductible before they start covering any blood work. I suppose I shouldn't be surprised by anything they do anymore.
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