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Old 19.01.2011, 18:26
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Re: Health insurance suggestions for pregnancy?

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If your supplementary options include private or semi-private cover, the chances are you won't be covered by those for your pregnancy - most insurers require you to have been with them for a period of time (e.g. 6/12/18 months) before the private or semi-private cover extends to pregnancy. Some hospitals offer 'upgrades' to a private room for a fee.

Edit: I found this useful info on the topic in english.
I had a look around on the Avanex site and their general terms and conditions. And if you get pregnant within 365 days of signing the application, they do not extend the supplemental coverage to the pregnancy, e.g. no private/semi-private room. You still are covered by the basic insurance, though.
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