Pregnancy can be considered a pre-existing condition when getting any type of health insurance and may not be covered. You will just need to contact different agencies and make an inquiry.
If you are being offered a health plan through a company there should be no preexisting condition requirements. If you are going through another company when you lost your job there may be problems getting insurance. You should contact different companies to see, but the new health care bill should protect you. This site has more information: http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Politics/2010/0324/Health-care-reform-bill-101-rules-for-preexisting-conditions
Paracetamol is considered as safe pain killer during pregnancy. But then, you should avoid the same, if possible in pregnancy.
It is possible to be weary after pregnancy, and it is common for women to feel this way.
No. No uterus = no pregnancy
It is possible, but not likely.
Yes. Many insurance companies will place a waiting period on maternity coverage to ensure that the policyholder is not purely purchasing the policy to take advantage of a maternity benefit. The typical waiting period for a maternity benefit is between 12 and 24 months from the start of the plan. It is important to note, however, that it can be possible to receive a newborn coverage benefit at a much earlier time (in some cases as early as 6 months). If you have your delivery during the policy waiting period for maternity then none of your expenses will be reimbursed by the insurer. It is important that all policyholders understand how long the waiting period is for all benefits on their health insurance plan.
Pregnancy period? Its not possible to have a period during pregnancy.
Yup its actually a sign of pregnancy!
yes it is possible.
It is a possible and common symptom of pregnancy.