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☛ EN Advice Having a Baby in Copenhagen

Discussion in 'Copenhagen' started by texkourgan, Aug 28, 2013.

  1. texkourgan

    texkourgan Moderator
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    Jan 29, 2008
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    Having a baby abroad can be a particularly nerve-racking experience, but with the help and advice of other expats you can prepare and plan for your pregnancy.

    Are you pregnant or plan to become pregnant in Copenhagen? What questions to you have?

    What pre-natal vitamins are common? How would you characterize the process? How are doctors’ bedside manners? Are there notable differences between care here and your country of origin?

    Have you had a baby abroad? What advice can you give, or what do you wish you had known before giving birth in Copenhagen? Can you recommend a gynecologist or specialist in Copenhagen? What hospitals or clinics would you recommend?

    Please share your experiences, tips, advice and questions here to improve upon the experience of giving birth abroad. Thanks!

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