It's been a long time since I was last here but I'm still here! :-)
Quick background update, diagnosed in April 17 (aged 49), Prostatectomy in May 17, Radiotherapy late 2017... the thing then came back in 2019 and I had Chemo in May --> Sept 2020.
I'm now 55 and on hormone treatment (daily oral medication) and my last PSA result was 0.4 which is great!
Ok... I'm planning a little road trip to Spain at the end of August, driving down with my dog and staying for 3 months, however, I was shocked to receive travel insurance quotes starting at £750 and going into the high 5 figures... crazy!!
If I do a quote and omit my prostate cancer, then the quote for 3 months of travel insurance is circa £80!
So my question is, bearing in mind my PSA is 0.4, I don't have any issues (relating to PC) at the moment, should I consider not disclosing the fact that I have had PC or by doing that, am I completely voiding my insurance?
Also, does anyone have any recommended travel insurance companies that I could try? I've heard that there are companies that you can disclose a condition (such as PC) but not be insured for it...
The simple fact is that if I developed any issues that I thought were related to my PC, I would just drive back to the UK!