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Hello Friends,

My wife pregnant and we need  go NJ  Jan 2013. Me and my friends ll make some work like 6 months. When we ll fly while my wife's 30. week and we ll rent apartment. I want to ask you i want go periodic controls and birth at birth center or home. Home birth is risky? In our country %90 births C-section.. we want normal birth. But we haven't insurance what need i do give me some tips please. prices, midwifery system, laws ets..

 

ps: sorry for my poor english

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Hello and welcome to Mothering.com. Homebirth is the most affordable care option for mothers wishing to give birth in the US without insurance. In NJ I imagine a homebirth costs between $3,000-6,000. Your wife will want to start looking for a midwife as soon as she arrives because they sometimes fill up spaces for new clients. After you arrive you may also look into options for insurance from the state. Often times infants (and pregnant women) are given insurance to those families that don't have insurance. Good luck on your move! 

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