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Four Things You Need to Know About Private Health Insurance and Pregnancy

Four Things You Need to Know About Private Health Insurance and Pregnancy

HIF Australia
Are you planning on getting pregnant soon? If you've answered yes - congratulations, how exciting! Now may be the time to start thinking about private health insurance, both for the peace of mind that you’ll be covered if anything goes wrong, but also to ensure that you have the most comfortable pregnancy possible. Whether you’re taking out a policy that offers pregnancy cover or you’re looking to switch to a family policy, private health insurance is worth looking into as soon as you decide to start a family. In this article, money and insurance expert, Bessie Hassan from finder.com.au explains the things you need to know about private health insurance and pregnancy.
Foods to Keep You Cool During Pregnancy

Foods to Keep You Cool During Pregnancy

Tammy George
Once you find out you’re pregnant, you count eight months ahead to find out your due date. You want to know if your baby might share a birthday with a family member or friend but you also want to know what month it will be when you’re full-term. You might cringe at the thought of being heavily pregnant during the height of summer, but there are some things you can do to keep you cool.
Going into Labour

Going into Labour

Tammy George
It doesn’t matter if it’s your first or your fifth time, the thought of going into labour can be a daunting one. Just as every pregnancy can be different so can every labour. If it is your second or subsequent labour, you will have a good idea of what to expect, but you may also have an expectation that it will be the same as last time and that’s often not the case. Each labour can be easier or harder than the last for no reason.
How First Time Dads Can Help Reach Those Milestones

How First Time Dads Can Help Reach Those Milestones

Tammy George
You’re going to be a dad, congratulations! Life as you know it is going to change forever. Despite the excitement and job, dads can sometimes feel a little left out. After all, it’s their partner who is doing all the heavy lifting what with carrying the baby for nine months, giving birth, breastfeeding and perhaps the main caregiver during the child’s early years. But there’s no need to stand on the sidelines.
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