Travel insurance for soon-to-be mums
For information relating to policies purchased prior to 03 February 2022, please check the PDS provided with your purchase. You can contact us if you need this sent to you again. For policies purchased on or from 03 February 2022 please see below.
This shouldn't need saying, but just in case, here it is: Talk to your doctor about your travel plans. Listen to what they say.
Have that conversation before you buy insurance or even book your flights.
While pregnancy is not considered an existing medical condition, there are limits and restrictions on how and when we cover pregnancy, so it's good to be informed before you start planning your trip.
The most important thing to know is this: If you fell pregnant before you bought your insurance or fall pregnant afterwards, cover may be available for a pregnancy related illness that occurs up to the end of the 26 week of your pregnancy. Also, you can’t have a history of any complications with any previous pregnancy.
If you meet the above criteria and suddenly something medical happens to you while you're overseas, being pregnant won't change your cover. When looking at whether you should continue travelling after your illness or injury, our 24/7 Emergency Assistance team will take the pregnancy into account.
Aside from a pregnancy not falling within the above guidelines, we also won't cover any childbirth, antenatal care or newborn care costs, regardless of whether we're covering the pregnancy itself. We won't cover a loss arising from pregnancy-related illness after the 26th week of gestation.
We also won't cover you if your medical practitioner told you not to travel, nor will we cover you for any routine check-ups.
If you're thinking about getting pregnant, please know that we don't cover any costs relating to fertility treatment, either. These restrictions also apply to members of your travelling party and close relatives.
This is only a summary of coverage and does not include the full terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of the policy. You should read your PDS in full so you understand what is and isn’t covered. That way there won’t be any surprises if you need to use it. If you have any questions, please get in touch.
It’s essential that you get in contact with our emergency assistance teams as soon as possible so that our teams can support you from the time your fall sick or get injured until the time you get home.
So that our Emergency Assistance teams can assist you quickly, please be ready with the following:
I did a pregnancy test and found it was positive. I went to the doctor and because I had had some bleeding so it was a threatened miscarriage and I had to have an ultrasound and see an obstetrician.
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Here are our most frequently asked questions about buying travel insurance for pregnancy. You can also find the answers to other questions in our Helpdesk or you can ask the customer service team. If you’re looking for general travel advice, you can ask our community at Ask a Nomad.