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Having a Baby in Stavanger

An expat in Stavanger wrote, "If she were able to have a natural child birth, I would say 'go for it'. If she knew up front that she needed a c-section or there could be any complications, I would say 'run'." (Read More)

Having a Baby in Oslo

Another expat in Oslo advised, "Relax... the hospitals and midwives are wonderful." (Read More)

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Healthcare in NorwayHealthcare in Norway

Expat share advice about healthcare and health insurance in Norway.

Healthcare in OsloHealthcare in Oslo, Norway

An expat in Oslo, Norway shares some thoughts about her experiences with the health care system there. Her advice, based on hard experiences, is to definitely get private health insurance.

Healthcare in KongsvingerHealthcare in Kongsvinger, Norway

The main problem where I am in Norway, is that the doctor I have is too lax and laid back, basically I go in and sit in his office to chat. No exam, I have only had my blood pressure taken once in nea

expat healthcare surveyAnswer Questions about Healthcare in Norway

Help others moving to Norway by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Norway, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.

Having-a-Baby-In-NorwayExpats Talk about What it's Like Having a Baby in Norway

Read recent baby reports submitted for Stavanger and Oslo.

If you're an expat parent who had a baby abroad, write a report about your childbirth experiences to help other expecting expat parents.

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Culture-Shock-in-StavangerAn Expat Talks about Culture Shock & Living in Stavanger, Norway

Get some great insight into what it's like to settle into expat life in Stavanger, Norway. Learning the language, what native Norwegians are like, and getting by with English are all covered in this expat culture shock report.

Moving-to-NorwayMoving to Norway

Expats in Norway report a life abroad in a country to which it can be difficult to adapt. However, if you have the right situation and persevere, the natural beauty and hard won quality friendships can be quite rewarding.

5-Tips-for-Living-in-Stavanger5 Tips for Living in Stavanger, Norway

Life in Stavanger can be complicated for expats. By most accounts, it is a difficult culture to get accustomed to, but with the right frame of mind and a willingness to adapt, it can be a rewarding expat experience.

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Join our Norway forum to meet other expats and talk about living in Norway.

Living in Norway GuideLiving in Norway Guide

Guide to Living in Norway covering expat life, local culture, finding a home, diversity and more.

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Expats in Norway report a life abroad in a country to which it can be difficult to adapt. However, if you have the right situation and persevere, the natural beauty and hard won quality friendships can be quite rewarding.

Healthcare in NorwayHealthcare in Norway

Expat share advice about healthcare and health insurance in Norway.

10 Tips for Living in Norway10 Tips for Living in Norway

Expats in Norway often have a hard time adjusting to life there. Expats share their tips and experiences living in Norway -- from the high taxes and difficulty making friends with locals to the beautiful scenery and outdoor living.

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