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Originally Posted by sapphire_chan
How would your actions and decisions change depending on the information you received from an u/s?
Are you going to be more prepared to handle situation X at home? If so, don't bother with the u/s, just prepare for situation X.
Are you going to reconsider homebirth because you don't feel you can handle situation Y?
Get the u/s, so you can hopefully eliminate situation Y as a possibility or, worst case, have more time to fully consider your options and find a decent practitioner.
If the placenta *is* poorly posistioned, what would you do? That's the real question to ask.
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