Friday, October 18, 2013

A Few Hypothetical Questions

Since all men are now require to purchase health insurance that also includes OB/GYN coverage, can they now utilize the services of the OB/GYN as their primary care physician? And since the OB/GYN coverage, as understood by the general population, is FREE because it is preventative in nature could not any individual visit the OB/GYN if they were in need of a physician's care for any illness? And would this not still fall under FREE if it was billed from the OB/GYN's office as a consultation visit, which is what it would be.

A few other lingering questions:
  1. How many men visiting the OB/GYNs office would it take to have the mandate that everyone purchase OB/GYN and contraceptive coverage as part of their health insurance plans repealed? 
  2. How quickly would an OB/GYN discover his new 'niche market' of patients that required none of his services yet provided a steady income stream?
  3. Would it not be discriminatory to refuse such services to males who are paying for them?
  4. Would the lawmaker be accused of waging a war on women, if they attempted to close this loop-hole?
  5. If I as a male, do have FREE abortion coverage, and if so can I go into the place and just take up space?

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