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#1 of 2 Old 05-21-2006, 01:16 AM - Thread Starter
 
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bc i cannot find a midwife around here to do homebirth ive said stuff to dh (soon to be dh) and he never diasaggreed should i still go to the dr and just not tell them of my plans? also how do i obtain a birth certificate (in ohio) and what would i tell the dr when they ask where he/she was born? Im soo confused on this and we will ttc this fall and i realllly want to deliver at home no i AM delivering at home next time lol

My name is Lindsay I am a full time wife to Nick 10-21-08 and full time mommy to Cadence, Irie and Isis

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Hello and welcome to MDC.

I'm sorry you're having a hard time finding a midwife. It sounds like Ohio is not the most friendly state for midwifery, so there may be some underground. What has your search looked like so far? Maybe we can help you with brainstorming with how to find a midwife. If one wants a midwife, one should ideally have a midwife.

To answer your questions: to get a birth certificate, call your local vital statistics office and ask what you need to do to register a birth that has not been attended by a medical professional. The requirements are different in different states (but may not be a big deal at all. Maybe proof of pregnancy, maybe an affidavit or two from someone saying the child is yours...)

I've only had one doctor ask where my child was born (in the interest of making conversation,) so you won't necessarily have to deal with it. You could say you don't feel comfortable divulging the midwife's name (implying that you had one,) which would be reasonable in a state where midwifery is not legally fully supported.
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