Help! Looking for an HBAC MW in South Jersey. It would be great if they accepted insurance. :)
Good luck with that. VBAC is not "allowed" under the regulations in NJ for home birth midwives. If you find someone who will take you at all - insurance is totally out of the question.
mom to: M born Aug 2011 & K 2yo
I already found a couple,thanks. I'm aware it is illegal and I don't care. Funny how I have the choice to end this pregnancy, but I'm not allowed to choose how to birth.
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