They will cover a wider range of pre-existing conditions because the policy insists that you use an EHIC card (E1-11 in old money) to make full use of the reciprocal healthcare arrangements within the European union. Whatever you do, make sure that a full and honest declaration of all material facts about the condition, treatment, medication etc is made or you will be left out to dry if you need to make a claim. If in doubt, phone them. They will talk you through the application system, and have a highly experienced doctor on the team who can make an informed medical case to the underwriters on your behalf.
Better to make an informed decision about whether to travel knowing you don't have insurance than bluff it and find out you don't when you are abroad and really need it.
It is actually true that when you are as fat as me, your hair doesn't grow.
I get downy hair leg things and my underarms have not been tweaked for nearly 10 months. It's annoying. My swede hair is growing, and going all curly. I sometimes shout at myself in the mirror and go "What the **** is that"?
I don't bother anymore, there's a recession on and by the time you add up the cost of razors and flights to Afghanistan just to see my legs it's not really worth it. Besides my hairy back needs more grooming.
The majority of these affinity schemes have a previous disability exclusion clause - in other words, if you have a history of suffering from a medical condition, they will not pay out for claims relating to it.
The Natwest advantage Gold account Strange1702 suggested requires you to call and declare any pre-existing conditions. They do not have a lot of freedom to accept pre-existing conditions outside of a fairly limited range of simple, controlled conditions.
As ever, check very carefully before you rely on something like this.
Might be worth contacting the support group for this syndrome.
Though I don't know about this particular group, often support groups have
recommendations from other members when they have found good insurers so a question on their forum may come up with a
result. Pfeiffer Syndrome Support Group