Can I get medical coverage if travelling from Canada to Florida, Orlando being 7 months pregnant?

You can most definitely obtain coverage for your trip to Florida, however it is important to note that travel insurance policies are designed to provide coverage for any unexpected injuries, illnesses or accidents that may occur after the policy has gone into effect. These do not generally provide coverage for anything pre-existing, expected, or routine so in your case, most instances relating to your pregnancy would not be covered.

That being said, one plan that we do recommend you consider for your travels is Safe Travels USA Comprehensive. Not only will this plan provide you with protection should any unexpected illnesses, injuries, or accidents occur (unrelated to your pregnancy) during your travels, but It is also one of the very few plans that offers a very limited amount of coverage (up to $1,000), for emergency treatment related to pregnancy. Before purchasing this policy however, we do recommend that you read the policy documents thoroughly, as there are certain limitations and exclusions in these regards. You can also reach out to one of our licensed agents should you have any specific questions.

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