When applying for life insurance while pregnant, insurance providers may require additional medical information and may request a medical exam to evaluate your health and any potential risks associated with your pregnancy. Depending on your due date and the timing of your application, you may also need to provide information about your medical history and any pre-existing conditions.
In some cases, insurance providers may limit the amount of coverage available to pregnant women or may charge higher premiums due to the increased risks associated with pregnancy. However, many insurance providers offer policies that are specifically designed for pregnant women, with lower coverage limits and simplified underwriting requirements.
For more information about purchasing life insurance while pregnant, contact Set for Life Insurance today!