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06-07-2013 13:16 #11Member
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06-07-2013 14:18 #12
Re the insurance : read the fine print because almost all of them normally exclude a pre existing condition, pregnancy is usually classed as this. Also clarify the policy covers not only your health expenses but also that of the baby if, worst case scenario, you give birth to a prem or something and they are in NICU or need some treatment.
Don't mean to make you paranoid!!! just working in insurance for many years its something I would think about for myself.
I'm sure all will be fine and you can really relax and enjoy your holiday!
Have fun xxxx
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