Hi everyone! So step one was deciding to conceive the second step is finding insurance. My question is I can't find insurance that will cover me right away, they all say you have to be covered for nine months. Does anyone have any advice? I would like to have a baby before I am 30. I know that might not happen but I would like to be able to try. Any advice would be great. Thank's, liz
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replied January 8th, 2007
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I definitely think you are right that insurance is important, but i'm not sure of a quick fix. Your employer and your partner's employer probably have a limited number of options. There may be insurance plans that don't have a waiting period. If you are considering a federal government job, look at this place for the insurance options in your area: http://www.Opm.Gov/insure/07/planinfo.Asp. I think the pre-existing conditions clause is favorable for fehb plans.
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replied January 9th, 2007
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Thanks for the webb site. I have decided to change jobs, because the window for insurance does not open until june. I do not want to wait because I think I will need fertility help. This is frustrating I hope things start moving fast.
Does anyone know if it is true that you should try to have at least one child before you are 30 to lower you risks of getting cancer. I have so many questions that I don't know were to start. In time I geuss. Thanks for everyone's help.
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