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    I would put it off because I get terrible morning sickness and I would hate to be on holiday while trying to pretend I was fine.

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    I can understand your concern but I would try anyway. With the medical care, issue, I think the risk is fairly low, but remember that if you really need something urgent, you're close to Darwin and Singapore and both have excellent medical care.

    Either way, have a great holiday.

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    Just make sure with your travel insurance you're fully covered

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    Might want to check re travel insurance I'm on holidays next month and I won't be covered for anything pregnancy related

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    I found out I was pregnant 7 days prior to leaving for a 3 week family holiday in Thailand! I would have been approx 6 weeks when we left for our holiday. I must say, it was just lovely to relax with my parents and enjoy some time away!

    and re: travel insurance. I took out cover through Medibank and they will cover you for pregnancy up until you are 20 weeks.

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    I would put ttc on hold. . Its only 2 months on hold.
    It took me 2yrs to get my bfp and i still would hold or start my ttc while in bali so I wouldn't be traveling there while preg.
    Food poisoning is a big risk.. I wouldn't want to risk a miscarriage just because I went on holiday. I have been to bali so many times and still wont risk the place when im preg.

    Plus imagine the smell?? My nose got super sensitive when preg and being there I dont think there is somewhere yo escape it!
    But saying that u will know deep down what u want to do. Just sit down and really think and u will know.. good luck!

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    Yep I would - am doing exactly that with a family trip overseas (not to Bali) in April. I had horrendous morning (all day!) sickness with my first and wouldn't want to run the risk of enduring that on a plane trip with a toddler, let alone spending the whole two weeks feeling rubbish. Also, on a more selfish note - I want to be able to eat anything I want to, and do any activities I want to while away

    But every pregnancy is different, and if you aren't prone to morning sickness, that might not be such a driving factor for you!

    Enjoy your trip to Bali!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountryLovin View Post
    I found out I was pregnant 7 days prior to leaving for a 3 week family holiday in Thailand! I would have been approx 6 weeks when we left for our holiday. I must say, it was just lovely to relax with my parents and enjoy some time away!

    and re: travel insurance. I took out cover through Medibank and they will cover you for pregnancy up until you are 20 weeks.
    Thanks CountryLovin, was hoping to come across some positive personal experiences

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    The healthcare system in Bali is actually very good, just make sure you have travel insurance to cover you if anything goes wrong. But really at that stage in pregnancy there is not a lot they can do if you start to miscarry. Take some morning sickness remedies incase you do get pregnant and suffer sickness.
    Personally I would keep trying and go away on holidays, it took us 6 months to conceive our little man and I would have been devastated if we didn't go on holidays and not conceived anyway. Just keep doing what you would normally do really!

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    I would ttc anyway. We were similar to a previous poster in that DS was conceived first time round but this time round we had to go the fertility route.

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