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Getting Life Insurance with Blood Clots

Written by Ty Stewart

For life insurance companies, the main issues with blood clots are the severity and the timeframe. The incidence doesn’t usually result in an automatic decline. But the company is very likely to charge a higher premium to compensate for the additional risk that blood clots create.

Life Insurance Approval with Hypoglycemia

Written by Ty Stewart

With extreme episodes of hypoglycemia, you could experience fainting. That would be dangerous were it to happen while you’re driving. The symptoms can be exacerbated by consumption of alcohol. Insurance companies have to take these situations into consideration in evaluating your policy. In most cases…

How Does Gestational Diabetes Affect Life Insurance?

Written by Ty Stewart

Gestational diabetes is diabetes that develops during pregnancy. Diabetes itself is a disease in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin, or when the body does not respond properly to insulin. The condition affects the babies of untreated mothers. They can grow too large, which may result in injuries at delivery. Gestational diabetes is a common reason for…

Getting Approved for Life Insurance with Anemia

Written by Ty Stewart

Your overall health situation will determine whether you are approved or denied, and how much you pay in premiums. Anemia is only part of that equation.
On its own, anemia is typically not a life threatening condition. It can, however, have complications or be….

Life Insurance For Stroke Victims: 8 Things You Must Know

Written by Ty Stewart

Getting approved for life insurance after a stroke is no easy task. DO NOT just go throwing out a bunch of applications to a bunch of insurance companies hoping one sticks at an affordable rate….

Life Insurance for Diabetics: Factors That Affect Rates

Written by Ty Stewart

Here’s what you need to remember: approval for a policy and the rate you qualify for depends on how controlled your diabetes is. Most life insurance companies will want to see your diabetes stable and well-controlled for at least 6 to 12 months….