Let’s see what we know about Auto-Immune chronic hepatitis.
It is a chronic disease in which the liver is attacked by the body’s immune system due to which the liver gets swollen. This disease can stay for a long time, if ignored it can damage the liver leading to liver failure.
Briefing on symptoms and treatments.
In Autoimmune hepatitis an individual will show the below-mentioned symptoms;
· Muscular aches and pains
· Inflammation of body parts and low – grade fever.
As per the treatment is concerned, until now no medication can easily eradicate the disease. To control the disease, one needs to go through treatment for a long time.
When it is a chronic disease, it is always advisable to get coverage for the patient. Either be it you or your family member the life insurance coverage is compulsory.
Now the question arrives is it possible to get the life coverage and what is the process to get the same. To clear your doubt, I have researched the same, and here is the answer.
The case study:
A few days back I approached few insurers claiming to arrange a WOL policy for myself. During the inquiry session, I informed them that one of my family members is suffering from a chronic disease named autoimmune chronic hepatitis, but he has been successful in controlling the symptoms by taking the prescribed medication. What do I need to do to take the next step?
The outcome —
My case was discussed with the underwriters of a different company, most of the leading companies of the UK have assured to accept the application, and consider it after receiving all the medical information from my doctor. For the final decision, they will consult with their chief medical team.
It is always better to consult an expert. Hopefully, this post has been informative and when you think of getting yourself or your loved one’s life covered with the best insurance policies don’t forget to consult the best insurers in the UK.
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