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Travel Insurance and Pregnancy: What to Know

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There’s a lot to think about when you’re pregnant — especially if you plan to travel. You’ll want to make sure your health care and your trip costs are covered if something goes wrong.

And while travel insurance for pregnancy may sound like a must-have, remember that not all plans will cover your specific needs. At the moment, there isn't a specific insurance option for those who are pregnant. Rather, pregnant people will need to consider travel insurance that includes coverage for trip cancellation and interruption, as well as emergency medical and evacuation costs.

Your decision to buy travel insurance while pregnant will depend on how much of your trip is nonrefundable, where you’re going and what coverages you already have. These coverages may include trip interruption insurance from your credit card issuer or emergency medical coverage from your current health insurer.

Here’s what you need to know to choose the best travel insurance for pregnancy.

Trip cancellation or interruption due to pregnancy

Most travel insurance policies will reimburse you for all or a portion of your nonrefundable travel costs if you have to cancel your trip for a covered reason. But for pregnant people, covered reasons are a little more complicated.

For most policies, normal pregnancy is not a valid reason to cancel your trip if you already knew you were pregnant when you purchased the insurance. But pregnancy may be a valid reason to cancel if you learn you're pregnant after you’ve booked your trip and paid for an insurance policy.

For example, if you prepay for a trip a year in advance, purchase Allianz travel insurance, and a few months later find out you’re pregnant and need to cancel your trip, the company will likely reimburse you for all or a portion of your lost travel costs. But you’ll have to prove that you learned about your pregnancy after you purchased the policy.

On the other hand, if you knew you were pregnant when you purchased the policy, you will likely not get reimbursed if you canceled your flight due to morning sickness, for example.

» Learn more: Can you fly while pregnant? It depends.

Trip cancellation or interruption due to complications of pregnancy

If you have complications during your pregnancy, travel insurance may cover your trip costs regardless of when you learned you were pregnant.

Keep in mind that only specific complications — like gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, hyperemesis gravidarum or miscarriage — are eligible, and a doctor must advise you not to travel due to your diagnosed condition.

» Learn more: What to know about Cancel For Any Reason (CFAR) travel insurance

Medical coverage for pregnant travelers

If you’re traveling domestically, your regular health insurance may be all the coverage you need. Check with your provider. If you’re going abroad, there’s a good chance your health insurance will not reimburse you for medical expenses while traveling. So for pregnant people traveling internationally, travel medical insurance is probably a good idea.

Secondary travel health insurance can be surprisingly affordable. Secondary plans kick in after you’ve used any applicable primary insurance coverage from your current health insurer.

Searching InsureMyTrip.com, we found secondary international medical insurance plans starting at $14 for a 30-year-old California resident traveling to France for 12 days in September. For this price, you receive coverage up to $50,000.

Want higher coverage limits? They’re available. For the same 30-year-old California-based traveler headed to France, GeoBlue 's Voyager Essential plan offers $1 million in travel medical coverage with a $0 deductible for $27 — again, that’s for the whole trip, not per day. This plan is not secondary coverage, meaning you can buy it even if you don’t have a primary health insurer.

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» Learn more: Can I get travel insurance for pre-existing medical conditions?

Emergency medical evacuation due to pregnancy

If you’re traveling to large city, a health care facility is likely a short drive away. But if you’re traveling someplace remote, emergency transportation coverage , like a helicopter, can be a literal lifesaver. Covering this service with an insurance plan can save you a bundle.

Some credit cards give you automatic emergency medical evacuation when you use the card to book your trip, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve® . But if you didn’t use a credit card with emergency evacuation coverage or need higher limits, you may want to buy travel insurance. Most comprehensive plans include emergency medical evacuation insurance, but make sure it’s covered before you purchase your plan.

» Learn more: The best credit cards for travel insurance benefits

Where to buy insurance for traveling while pregnant

Different travel insurance companies have a variety of plans with varying coverage.

A policy from Travel Guard that was perfect for your nonpregnant friend when she traveled to Machu Picchu may not be as good as a policy from Travelex or Nationwide if you’re pregnant and cruising through Europe. Comparison shop and carefully note what’s covered and the deductible limits before you buy.

» Learn more: The best travel insurance companies

Travel insurance while pregnant recapped

You may not need travel insurance for pregnancy, especially if you’re traveling domestically and your trip is fully refundable — but don’t assume that’s always the case.

Read up on your existing coverage from your health plan and any insurance offered by your credit card . Then you can explore a little more of the world before baby arrives, knowing you’re covered for any scenario.

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You want a travel credit card that prioritizes what’s important to you. Here are our picks for the best travel credit cards of 2023 , including those best for:

Flexibility, point transfers and a large bonus: Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

No annual fee: Bank of America® Travel Rewards credit card

Flat-rate travel rewards: Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card

Bonus travel rewards and high-end perks: Chase Sapphire Reserve®

Luxury perks: The Platinum Card® from American Express

Business travelers: Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card

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60,000 Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $900 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®.

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1x-5x Enjoy benefits such as a $50 annual Ultimate Rewards Hotel Credit, 5x on travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards®, 3x on dining and 2x on all other travel purchases, plus more.

60,000 Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®.

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Some of the most common questions we get at Allianz Global Assistance are about traveling while pregnant. While most pregnant women can safely travel without incident, sometimes complications arise and customers wonder, "What does travel insurance cover?"

Here’s the quick answer: Travel insurance can cover certain situations that result from unforeseen pregnancy complications, or a pregnancy that occurs after you’ve purchased your plan. Travel insurance typically does not cover trip cancellations or other travel losses resulting from normal pregnancy.

Like any other kind of insurance, travel insurance includes specific coverage definitions and restrictions. Read your agreement carefully, and if you have any questions about coverage, call. Pregnant women should consult their doctors with concerns and questions about safe travel.

If you’re pregnant, or you might be soon, it’s wise to protect upcoming trips. Maximize your coverage window by purchasing travel protection as soon as possible. Our most popular plan is OneTrip Prime , which includes substantial benefits for trip cancellation/interruption and medical emergencies.

Read on for a detailed guide to travel insurance and pregnancy from Allianz Global Assistance.

Pregnancy Complications: What Does Travel Insurance Cover? 

You're in the first trimester of your pregnancy and feeling fine — until you begin feeling extremely nauseous a week before you're supposed to fly to New York on business. Your doctor diagnoses you with hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe and serious form of morning sickness, and you end up in the hospital on the day of your scheduled flight. Can travel insurance reimburse you for the canceled trip?

Yes. Travel insurance from Allianz Global Assistance can cover losses resulting from unforeseen pregnancy complications, such as pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes or hyperemesis gravidarum. That means your travel insurance may reimburse you for nonrefundable trip costs lost if you must cancel or interrupt your trip because of pregnancy complications. The illness, injury, or medical condition you’re experiencing must be disabling enough to make a reasonable person cancel their trip, and a doctor must advise you to cancel it. For example, normal morning sickness would not be a covered reason for trip cancellation. When you’re filing a claim for trip cancellation/interruption related to a pregnancy complication, you’ll need documentation from your physician.

All travel insurance plans from Allianz Global Assistance include access to 24-Hour Emergency Assistance . If you experience a medical emergency while traveling, or any other problem, contact our hotline via phone or the TravelSmart TM app for rapid assistance. If your plan includes emergency medical benefits, your insurance may reimburse you for the cost of emergency medical care that you received for covered pregnancy complications while traveling.

Please note that travel insurance does not cover the chance that a complication might occur. For example, if you delivered prematurely with your first two pregnancies, your doctor might advise you to cancel the trip to Paris you planned for the sixth month of your third pregnancy. However, this is still considered a normal pregnancy because no complication has been diagnosed. Travel insurance would not cover the trip cancellation.

Surprise Pregnancy and Trip Cancellation

You and your spouse are planning a week-long European river cruise to celebrate your third anniversary. Tickets are hard to come by, so you book your trip a year in advance. You schedule the flights and purchase your travel insurance — and two months later, you discover you're pregnant. Will travel insurance cover your trip cancellation?

On some plans, Allianz Global Assistance lists pregnancy as a covered reason for trip cancellation if you find out you are pregnant after purchasing your policy. For your trip cancellation to be covered, you must provide medical records to verify the pregnancy occurred after that date. Please see your policy documents for your plan’s specific coverage. And if you’re planning a trip now, don’t wait to buy travel insurance! Get a quote today.

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Late-Term Pregnancy and Trip Cancellation 

You decide to plan a babymoon getaway so you and your sweetie can enjoy some time together before the baby arrives. You book your plane tickets and a bed-and-breakfast on the beach. You're feeling fine and getting excited. Then your doctor advises you, as a precaution, not to travel in the eighth month of pregnancy. Will travel insurance cover this pregnancy-related trip cancellation?

No. In this scenario, there are no medical complications with your pregnancy, so the cancellation will not be covered. Please understand that Allianz Global Assistance is not disagreeing with your doctor's recommendation not to travel — you should do what's best for you and your baby's health. However, most travel insurance plans from Allianz Global Assistance do not include normal pregnancy as a covered reason for trip cancellation (except as described above.)

Airline Rules for Flying While Pregnant

You're flying to Los Angeles to see your sister one last time before the baby's born. But when you get to the gate, the airline won't let you on board because you're too close to your due date. Will your travel insurance plan reimburse you for the missed flight?

No. Being refused service by a carrier because of normal pregnancy is not a covered reason for trip cancellation. Cruise ships and airlines have very specific rules about travel while pregnant. Here are selected airline pregnancy policies, but you should also call your travel supplier to check before you book your trip. Please note that this information is subject to change.

  • American Airlines: A medical certificate is required to fly within four weeks of your delivery date in a normal, uncomplicated pregnancy. Travel is not permitted within seven days of your due date on domestic flights under five hours, or within four weeks of your due date on international flights, unless you get a medical certificate and clearance from a Special Assistance Coordinator. 1
  • Delta: Delta does not impose restrictions on flying for pregnant women. However, ticket change fees and penalties cannot be waived for pregnancy. 2
  • JetBlue: Pregnant passengers expecting to deliver within seven days are prohibited from travel, unless they provide a doctor's certificate dated no more than 72 hours prior to departure stating that the passenger is physically fit for air travel and that the estimated date of delivery is after the date of the last flight. 3
  • Southwest: Southwest has no pregnancy prohibitions, but recommends against air travel beginning at the 38th week of pregnancy. 4
  • United: To fly in or after your 36 th week of pregnancy, you must provide the original and two copies of an obstetrician’s certificate, dated within three days (72 hours) prior to your flight departure, that says you’re fit to fly. 5

Travel Insurance and Childbirth

You're enjoying your babymoon vacation in Cozumel when suddenly you feel the first twinge of labor. Twelve hours later, you're the proud mother of a baby girl. Will travel insurance cover the cost of labor and delivery?

No. Normal childbirth is not covered by travel insurance from Allianz Global Assistance. However, if complications arise in delivery, the costs of emergency medical care may be covered. Also, attending the childbirth of a family member can be a covered reason for trip cancellation, depending on your plan.

While travel insurance from Allianz Global Assistance can't cover every possible pregnancy scenario, we want to do our best to help! Our Assistance team is available 24 hours a day to provide expert advice and aid.

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Travel Insurance for Pregnancy: Protecting Your Health and Peace of Mind

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Travel insurance plans have differing policies on pre-existing conditions, and travelers may wonder if policies cover pregnancy. Most insurers cover unexpected complications of pregnancy under standard travel medical insurance plans. It’s vital to understand the details and limitations to protect your health and peace of mind while traveling.

The best travel insurance providers make policies and restrictions clear so that customers understand their coverage and its limitations.

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The Importance of Travel Insurance for Pregnancy

Most people do not want to change existing travel plans or forego trips during pregnancy. According to the CDC, pregnant people do not need to cancel travel plans. However, be aware that some airlines and cruise lines may impose cut-offs at 36 weeks or earlier. Planning and thorough preparation are key to traveling safely while pregnant.

Johns Hopkins estimates that 8% of pregnancies have complications , and pregnant travelers have an increased risk of certain complications, including blood clots, digestive problems and severe morning sickness (hyperemesis gravidarum) .

The CDC says getting travel insurance and finding out where to access care in your destination is an essential step for traveling while carrying a baby. This coverage, combined with careful healthcare planning and enrollment in the State Department’s STEP program , can make travel as safe as possible during pregnancy.

If complications arise, you can react quickly and get the medical treatment you need. Even if the trip goes smoothly, the travel medical coverage will provide peace of mind knowing you are covered if something does occur.

Understanding the Benefits and Coverage Options

Pregnant women have several factors to consider when purchasing solo or group travel health insurance . The most important thing to understand is that travel insurance protects against unforeseen problems. If there are no other pre-existing medical conditions and if your obstetrician says you are fit to travel, standard travel insurance will pay for any emergency medical costs up to the coverage limits.

Many trip cancellation policies also list unexpected pregnancy as an acceptable reason for canceling a journey. If you find out about a pregnancy between booking and departure, the insurer will typically reimburse you for nonrefundable trip costs. If you find out about pregnancy before purchasing the policy, you are not eligible for the same cancellation coverage benefit unless you experience unexpected complications.

If you decide to travel while pregnant, coverage will include medical expenses and emergency medical evacuation. This coverage is important because it pays for transport to acceptable facilities if you cannot get the care you need in your location.

Eligibility Criteria and Important Considerations

Pregnant travelers need to make the distinction between unexpected pregnancy emergencies and normal childbirth. If you travel near your due date and go into labor, then the travel insurance provider will not cover hospital costs.

Some conditions related to pregnancy may qualify as pre-existing problems ineligible for regular travel coverage. Examples of such situations include pre-eclampsia and gestational diabetes.

When you purchase travel insurance, you should double-check pregnancy-related eligibility requirements before buying. In many cases, pregnant women are eligible for standard travel insurance coverage.

However, there could be special eligibility requirements.

  • Pre-existing conditions, including those related to pregnancy, aren’t covered in standard policies. However, some insurers offer waivers for these ailments. The policyholder pays a higher premium to make up for the additional risk, and the insurer agrees to provide coverage if the conditions require medical attention during the trip.
  • Some insurers may have age restrictions and won’t insure older pregnant travelers because of the increased risk of complications.
  • High-risk pregnancies, because of pre-existing conditions, medical history or other factors, aren’t eligible for coverage. Insurers will calculate risk on a case-by-case basis.

Pregnant travelers can follow CDC recommendations for pre-trip check-ups and receive documentation to prove there are no complications or concerns before departure.

Several factors are essential when comparing providers before you buy travel medical insurance . First, you need to consider coverage limits. Remember that insurers will cover expenses for unexpected medical emergencies up to the coverage limits. Cheaper travel insurance plans may only offer $10,000 or $25,000 in emergency medical coverage. This amount may not cover complicated treatments or procedures. You should always ensure the insurance coverage limits are enough for the potential medical costs in your chosen destination.

Deductibles are another important consideration. Deductibles are out-of-pocket amounts customers pay before insurance payments start. Some policies have lower premiums but higher deductibles. You should select a plan with manageable deductibles.

Policies, definitions and terms can differ from insurer to insurer. You should look at the fine print, paying attention to any details related to pregnancy, pre-existing conditions and restrictions related to the age or stage of gestation.

Travel insurance provides medical coverage for pregnant travelers. Travel insurance covers unexpected complications related to pregnancy, but it does not pay for routine check-ups or natural childbirth.

Use our travel insurance search system to find information about policies so that you can make an informed decision about the best travel insurance policy to cover you during pregnancy, and collect multiple quotes to ensure you get the best coverage.

Frequently Asked Questions about Travel Insurance for Pregnancy

Can i get travel insurance if i am in the third trimester of pregnancy.

Travel insurers may or may not cover travelers during the third trimester. The third trimester begins at 27 weeks, but babies are typically ready for birth at 32 weeks . Many insurers do not cover pregnant travelers past the first month of the third trimester.

Even the few who offer late-term coverage won’t pay for services related to natural childbirth. The traveler will likely pay out of pocket if they are past 32 weeks of pregnancy and go into labor while traveling.

Will pregnancy-related complications be covered by travel insurance?

Travel insurance policies cover unexpected pregnancy-related complications. However, the insurer may exclude pre-existing conditions related to pregnancy. They may also have restrictions based on the age of the mother and trimester.

Can I add my unborn baby to the travel insurance policy?

Insurers will not cover costs associated with natural childbirth. After the child is born, they may or may not be covered based on your policy terms. You may need to purchase an additional policy for the baby or add them to your existing annual or multi-trip insurance after birth.

What if I have a pre-existing condition related to my pregnancy?

Insurers may exclude pre-existing conditions or require policyholders to purchase a waiver before traveling. These rules can extend to conditions caused by pregnancy. You need to ensure you meet the pre-existing condition requirements for your chosen insurer if you want coverage.

Methodology: Our System for Ranking the Best Travel Insurance Companies

Our team surveyed dozens of travel insurance providers and created a scoring system to judge each company’s quality and service. We reached out for sample quotes, both over the phone and on the internet, to simulate an authentic customer experience. Here are the factors that account for our provider reviews:

  • Plan availability (20%): We looked for insurers with a variety of plans and the ability to customize the policy with upgrades.
  • Coverage (40%): Among the benefits scored were medical expenses, medical and nonmedical evacuation, COVID-19 coverage, preexisting condition exclusion waivers, “cancel for any reason” coverage, trip interruption, travel delay time requirements, baggage delay time requirements, baggage reimbursement and financial default of a travel supplier. Special consideration was given to companies offering unique add-ons, such as extreme sports coverage, coverage for business equipment and pet coverage.
  • Customer service and support (30%): We looked for indicators that a company is well-prepared to respond to customer needs. Companies with an established global resource network, a 24/7 emergency hotline, robust mobile apps and perks like concierge and translation services scored higher.
  • Reputation (10%): We gauge reputation by evaluating consumer reviews, third-party financial strength and customer experience ratings, specifically from AM Best and the Better Business Bureau.

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