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There are two circumstances in which you can get Medicare before you turn 65. The first is is you have been collecting SSDI benefits for at least 24 months. The second would be if you are receiving SSDI because you have Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. In this circumstance, Medicare automatically begins the first month that your disability benefits start and you do not have to wait 24 months. Outside of these two exceptions I'm afraid there is typically no way to get Medicare sooner.
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