What advice do you have for expats having a baby in Cartago?
We asked expat moms who gave birth in Cartago about their experiences and advice they have for other moms to be. They said...
"It is important to research the healthcare system in Cartago before having a baby there. Make sure to find a reputable doctor or midwife who is experienced in delivering babies in the area. Additionally, it is important to be aware of the cultural norms and expectations surrounding childbirth in Cartago. It is also a good idea to connect with other expat parents in the area who can provide support and advice. Finally, make sure to take time to relax and enjoy the experience of having a baby in Cartago," wrote a member who made the move to Cartago, Colombia.
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What advice do you have for expats having a baby in Cartago?If you live in Cartago, newcomers to Cartago would love to hear your answer to this question.