Depends where I was going, but probably not.
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15-04-2012 18:15 #11
15-04-2012 18:24 #12
NOPE not in a million years!! Especially considering that fact that you are already planning on going over at Xmas...
15-04-2012 18:42 #13Senior Member
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No way. I read a story in the courier mail just last week about an Aussie mum who gave birth at 34 weeks I think in America, they're in crazy amounts of debt because their insurance won't cover the cost of their premmies care and she's stuck living in America alone with her new baby until June or July because of citizenship stuff while her hubby is back here with their other kids, nightmare!!!
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15-04-2012 18:51 #14
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15-04-2012 19:21 #16Senior Member
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Yes I would if it was something I wanted to attend and I had no reason to think I would give birth that early.
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15-04-2012 19:33 #17
No I wouldn't travel overseas at all whilst I was pregnant. Just me though!
15-04-2012 19:40 #18
I would go if it was a close family funeral. That's it. Interstate no probs.
There are some countries that have reciprocal Medicare systems to aus. If you get sick there their health system just bills Medicare.
Also to get a visa for a child born to aus parents overseas is easy. Generally they just put bin on mums passport/visa. Again country dependent.
15-04-2012 19:44 #19
Nope. I work in travel insurance and know how much medical care is overseas if there is no reciprocal health care agreement. I would really have a good read of the PDS to make 100% sure your baby would be covered in even you did have the baby early. I would also call the company you are taking out the policy with and speak to someone in claims and or pre existing medical area and get them to say over the phone that you would be covered (or there is provision for cover). Document who you spoke to, the time and the phone number.
15-04-2012 19:51 #20
Not on your nelly.
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