Cover-More recognises that travelling as an expectant mother involves another set of details to worry about, but having the right travel plan can help ease your mind. We offer additional cover to protect you from many serious and unexpected medical problems that may occur while you’re travelling internationally.
For expectant mothers who are heading overseas during or before their 26th week of pregnancy, Cover-More can provide you with the travel insurance you need with our Premium and Medical Only products. While you’re travelling for two, pregnant women will enjoy 24/7 emergency assistance and overseas medical expenses cover for unexpected serious medical complications that happen before the 24th week of pregnancy as well as our money back guarantee*.
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The policy does have restrictions in relation to pregnancy and if you are aware of the pregnancy when you purchase the policy (or book your trip on an Annual Multi-Trip policy) you may have to complete an online health assessment. For example, if there have been any complications with your current or any previous pregnancies; or if it is a multiple pregnancy or if the conception was medically assisted with the likes of hormone therapies or IVF.
You can complete an online health assessment with your quote online or you can call us for assistance on 1300 72 88 22 to speak with our customer service agents.
Please note that cover is only provided for unexpected, serious pregnancy complications that occur during or before the 24th week of pregnancy. Additionally, Cover-More does not offer cover for childbirth or the medical care of a newborn child under our pregnancy travel insurance benefits.
It is best to always consult with your doctor before making travel plans, especially if you expect to be travelling after the 20th week of your pregnancy.
*Money back guarantee available if you cancel your policy within 15 business days (excluding public holidays) provided you have not travelled or made a claim, or departed on your trip.