Travel insurance for people with fibromyalgia
According to the NHS, fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a long-term condition that makes people susceptible to widespread body pains. It’s reported that around 1.5 to 2 million people live with the condition in the UK and it is thought to be more common since many people do not seek medical help and it goes undiagnosed.
We understand that insuring a medical condition can be frustrating, and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to get travel insurance. So, if you are suffering with fibromyalgia and are concerned about whether travel insurance will be able to cover you and your medical condition, or you’ve had trouble getting covered in the past, we may be able to help you.
One of the things that means we stand out from the crowd is that we will consider all medical conditions. Simply get a quote online or contact us to go through our simple medical screening process.
What does fibromyalgia travel insurance cover?
We’ll do our best to find a policy that’s suited to your needs. Like all of our travel insurance policies, our fibromyalgia travel insurance cover will include a number of great features as standard, including:
- Holiday cancellation cover
- Passport, money and documents cover
- Delayed departure cover
- Personal accident cover
- Accommodation cover
- Cover for over 50 sports and activities
- Medical and hospital expenses cover (including expenses related to any medical conditions you have declared and have been covered by us)
For more information on what’s covered with our travel insurance for people with existing medical conditions including fibromyalgia, have a read of our policy documents. And if you have another medical condition, for example, cancer, we can help with that as well!
And if you still can’t find what you’re looking for, why not get in touch with us and we’ll try to help.
Please note: ‘fibromyalgia travel insurance’ is a general term for one of our standard travel insurance policies including cover for other health conditions, which is subject to medical screening and may require an additional premium. We don’t offer specialist cover for this specific condition.