I was wondering if this is true and if anyone has any experience with that? If a woman is pregnant for the 6th time, is she not allowed to birth with the midwives at charleston birth place?
I'm sorry if I put this in the wrong spot... I wasn't sure...
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That rule is so very, very stupid that I think you might be justified in elliding your medical history in order not to be risked out. You wouldn't want to get the midwives in trouble, obviously - but if their records consistently state that this is your fifth pregnancy and you never sue them, what harm?
Is there a similar rule for homebirth?
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