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    Insurance for Pregnancy
    An_266542 posted:
    Hello All,

    I am looking for advice when it comes to insurance for a potential complicated/high risk pregnancy. I want to make sure that I can afford my insurance while making sure that my baby and I will be covered for anything that may come our way. Yes I do hope for a "normal" pregnancy but with my diagnosis of uterus didelphys or a double uterus I am told I will be watched closer throughout my pregnancy which means more frequent dr visits and possibility of a c section.

    Any advice on this topic or any input at all with having UD?

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