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    Default Travel insurance with Ivf?

    I could possibly be going overseas in sept/oct haven't booked it yet, it's going to be for a family event so I really want to go! Anyways we are planing another cycle in may but my concern is that 1. If the cycle works and I can't fly will I lose out on all money? 2. I have looked into travel insurances and looks like all of them are saying that they won't insure you if it assisted fertility?
    Can anyone please help me?? I am so stuck on what to do! The trip will be to Europe so a long flight!

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    Anyone?

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    Have a look at Icover (think that was the name). We went OS when I was about 15 wks with an IVF pregnancy, and I got cover through them...

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    Onecover do as well and I think also cover more

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    I've used Covermore, they definitely cover IVF pregnancies.

    If you book flexible airfares, you can get refunds direct through the airlines up to a certain point before you fly- check the cancellation policies.

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    By chance we bought a regular fare tickets for christmas vacation but then the FS scheduled the surgery for DH and me cycling at the same time. Got airfare refunded with $200 or so cancellation fee.

    Sorry cant help with insurance.

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    Muzzy I had difficulty also finding ivf covered insurance. Check with them that if something happened and bub was born early that bub would actually be covered. Most of the ones I talked to wouldnt pay babys medical expenses.

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    Thank you so much! Will check out flexible flight, my biggest concern at the moment is if I book flights then get pregnant and not allowed to fly then I would lose out on the ticket money! (It's a present from a family member) I will look into that dancing butterfly! I am a citizen where we are going so not sure if that will work in my favour!

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    Bb hope, how we're you able to get ticket refunded?

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    We bought refundable tickets, called flexi or something (very expensive ones). You have to check the rule because each level of ticket has diff rule. I called them to cancel. They deducted the amount of cancellation feed and refunded the rest back to my debit card account.

    Oh... I said by chance because the cheapest fare ticket sold out. So we ended up buying the most expensive tickets. In a way, we were lucky or else we would lose $3000+ for the two of us.
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