My mom has been having headaches and I would like to take her to a Dr. She is otherwise in perfect health. I purchased insurance for her which expired Feb 21. She never had to use it, but her stay got extended and now she needs to have medical insurance.

If your insurance policy is curently not active, unfortunately there will not be any coverage for any medical conditions.

You may buy a new policy to cover any new and future medical conditions.

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