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June 30th, 2007, 12:00 AM
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my problem im finding is that if somehting were to happenduring the birth and i had to go to the hospital then it would not be im being told i don't know the truth.[/b]
Technically (and this is the argument that I used with my insurance) if something were to happen and you needed a c-section you would be going through the emergency room and this would be covered under the emergency part of your insurance not the pregnancy/labor/delivery part

You may also point out to them that a c-section in an emergency will cost them less than a planned section since they are not paying for prenatal care.
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