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May 10th, 2011, 03:43 PM
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My insurance didn't cover my homebirth either; and it's A-legal where I live (so very rare to have any insurance cover it). I was able to make a few payments to my midwife during my pregnancy, and that worked out great. My fiance at the time, and I, did everything we could to get the extra money. I would have gotten a loan if I needed to. lol. We only had one local birthing center, and their statistics/odds weren't all that great.

Anyways, if you find a birthing center you like, I say go for it. Have you checked into midwives in other areas that could come to you? That may involve transportation fees, but there may be midwives out there who would be willing to accept payments (even after the baby is born).

Good luck on your decision!
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