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  • richard
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    EvelynMW Hi Evelyn. I highy recommend you getting a quote from All Clear. They specialise in cover for people with medical problems and an annual policy was cheaper than a quote I had from another company for two weeks cover!!!

    Richard

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  • Ellie
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    Originally posted by denise View Post
    I've never figured out what the difference is but seriously does it really matter.
    Yes it does.

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  • denise
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    I've never figured out what the difference is but seriously does it really matter. Not that I know much 🤔

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  • EvelynMW
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    richard Looks like my curent insurer, given free with my bank account, cannot cover me - now got to go search for someone who would - links to my other question, they ask which type i have!

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  • matthew55
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    Get your holidays in early as you don't want to be like me mute and not eating. 🤗😆😘😍xx

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  • Lynne K
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    Good luck with everything holiday related Evelyn. I hope that you have a fab time and no falls. Love Lynne x

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  • EvelynMW
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    Hmmm. Defo worth thinking aboutt richard

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  • richard
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    EvelynMW Evelyn I am not sure that’s a good idea. Ignoring the MND issue what, Lord forbid, you fell over and broke a bone, or was in an accident? That’s what travel insurance is for. I urge you do get a quote and if affordable take out the insurance

    Richard

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  • Heather R
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    Fingers crossed it won’t affect you this year, and hope you have a great time! X

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  • EvelynMW
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    Thanks for all the advise. As i am almost 100% sure MND won't affect my holiday - i am going to chance it - maybe not next year though!

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  • richard
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    Hi Evelyn. I am also with All Clear who cover my MND. I suggest you seek a quote from them and if agreeable take out their insurance and cancel your existing one.

    Richard

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  • Deb
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    Hi Evelyn,

    Its great you're travelling..We have an annual insurance with all clear... its about 250 pounds. They cover me for MND and other associated conditions ( pulmonary embolism and fractures following falls )

    I dont want to spread doom but if you're not covered for MND they could blame it for anything heathwise and wriggle out of paying a claim.... just a thought you might think its worth it. We're not insured if we have to stay longer due to covid but that's OK. Also check your ghic or ehic card is up to date.

    I hope you feel better and less dizzy soon,
    Love Debbie x

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  • Heather R
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    Fingers crossed for you Evelyn. Can low blood pressure cause you to feel faint when you get up suddenly?? xx

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  • Olivia H
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    I had same travel insurer for several years and they fully covered my mnd for a small additional premium. There are ones out there who will x

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  • Ellie
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    Good news about the holiday Evelyn.

    Would you get travel insurance from another provider or chance travelling as is, with everything tightly crossed?

    Originally posted by EvelynMW View Post
    Both my husband and I suffer from some dizzieness these days;
    Could it be a virus or vertigo ? xx

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