What are pre-existing conditions?

A health or medical condition is categorized as pre-existing condition if that condition is known to the insured, a Physician was consulted, or for which treatment or medication was prescribed prior to the effective date of an Insured Person's coverage. Diabetes, blood pressure, chronic back pain, high cholesterol, kidney stones, skin problems are some examples of pre existing conditions.

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