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Can anyone help???

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juliecap Mon 12-Sep-11 14:24:24


Not sure if i'm posting in the right place or not but thought i'd give here a go.

my husband and I are moving to cyprus in november because of his job (armed forces) We are currently ttc after suffering a late miscarriage in January. We had numerous tests done after and found out that there was a problem with babies cromosomes. If i fall pregnant again we will be offered lots of tests here in the UK but want to know if these will be available over in Cyprus.

Anyone help me?


Scootergrrrl Mon 12-Sep-11 14:27:30

Firstly lots of sympathy for your miscarriage sad

It's worth your husband checking with his unit as to what medical facilities are in offer in Cyprus. They should know what hospital you'll be under and what they do there. For what it's worth, my third child was born when we were in Germany with the army and the care was excellent because the army pays so much into the German system for it!

juliecap Mon 12-Sep-11 14:38:08

thanks Scootergrrrl

I'll get onto husband to find out. have heard that its really good just not sure if its like for like.

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