Aneurysm travel insurance
Although an aneurysm can appear anywhere in the body, there are two types of aneurysms that are the most common: brain and aortic. Aortic aneurysms are three times more common in men than women, while brain aneurysms affect women more commonly than men.
With AllClear Travel, you can declare your specific type of aneurysm ie. aortic, abdominal or brain, and make sure that you have comprehensive aneurysm travel insurance to cover you just in case an emergency happens while you are away.
Key benefits of cover
- Medical expenses covered up to £15,000,000.
- Cancellation and Curtailment covered up to £5,000.
- Personal Belongings covered up to £3,000.
- All ages. All medical conditions. All destinations.
Frequently asked questions
What if you have other medical conditions?
Our policies cover all of your medical conditions, including any related conditions, such as High Blood Pressure.
Be sure to declare all of your diagnosed medical conditions during the medical section of your quote.
What if you're waiting for medical treatment?
Unlike some providers, we’re pleased to say we can offer you a quote.
If you have been given a date for your treatment, simply declare the medical condition which needs it. During questions about the condition, you’ll be able to state the treatment you’re having.
If you are awaiting a date for your treatment, you can add Waiting List Cover. Just be sure to answer that you’re on a waiting list during the medical warranty questions.
What if your aneursym happened a long time ago?
There are some types of medical conditions that you always need to tell us about, and circulatory conditions – such as an aneursym – is one of them.
Do you need to tell us about medication?
Firstly, you only need to tell us about your medical conditions.
During questions about the condition, you may be asked about taking medication.
But we often only need to know how many medicines you take – and not their names.
Get quotes in just 3 easy steps
1. Call us or click a quote button on our siteOnce you are ready to start the quote process, the first step is to provide your personal details and information about your holiday plans.
2. Complete our simple medical screening processYou then select the medical conditions for you (and any other travellers) and answer the specifically designed medical questions.
3. Get your quotesA summary of the quotes offered will then be provided for you to review. You can save your quotes or proceed to purchase at this stage.
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Tips for travelling with an aneurysm
Here are some tips for travelling with an aneurysm
- Avoiding high altitudes and extreme temperatures is a good idea when choosing your destination. Ask your doctor for advice on your limitations, and consider the standard of healthcare in the country you’re travelling to.
- Move around when flying. By taking a walk on the plane, especially on long flights, you reduce your risk of getting a clot. Making regular movements gets the blood moving. Flight socks may also be useful too.
- Avoid alcohol on your journey. It’s important to drink plenty of water, especially when flying. Air travel can be dehydrating and drinking alcohol can add to this. Minimise your intake of salty foods too – as they can also have a similar effect on your hydration.
- Bring enough medication. Make sure you have the medication you need for the duration of your trip and a little extra too. Having extra for emergencies or delays keeps you in control.
- You know the warning signs, so listen to your own body.