Expat Health Insurance & Healthcare Guide to Cyprus
Expats share their experiences with healthcare and expat health insurance in Cyprus.
I had a section and 3 days later i was home.. recovering slowly from my ordeal and sadly that's what is was... not a pleasant experience.. waking to no pain relief.. contracting a virus and vomiting and suffering with diarrhea ..my baby being kept in the nursery not by my bed, my son was the only child in the nursery and I could hear him crying, I demanded him with me.. I successfully breast fed all previous children this time no.. perhaps the trauma of the birth and aftercare affected my milk supply but the obstetrican grabbing and pinching my nipple certainly didn't have a positive effect... a relief to get home, self medicate and be cared for by my husband and children .. the most horrendous birth experience and I would certainly advise any mum to be to carefully research all possibilities and options before committing and certainly find a consultant who will allow vaginal births.. my son is a blessing
An expat in Paralimni, Cyprus discusses healthcare in the Paralimni area. There is a public hospital nearby, 5 clinics and numerous pharmacies with lower cost prescriptions. She recommends that expa
Help others moving to Cyprus by answering a set of questions about health insurance, public healthcare in Cyprus, prescription medicine, quality of medical care and emergency services.