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thoughts feelings other midwife suggestions ?  I work with midwife Seattle then sue tompson last time and they are not options for this time . but I would love to here other suggestions and why

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Sue is my first choice and second would be Jane Drichta. We share a lot of the same philosophies surrounding birth. I would interview as many midwives as you can and get a feel for who you click with. You will know when its the right midwife.


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Cool I've been talking to Jane I love her she has been a rock for me during a really rough postpartum time with my first pregancy I will most liley end up with her somehow involved I've really beed hopping to find someone I clicked with who could bill insurance but it's looking like that's not going to be an option thanks and congratulations on your hbac that has to feel great after a loss joy.gif
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Are you going for a HBAC? If so, there are NO midwives that can bill for that because of insurance stuff. They can bill for all the pre/post-partum stuff though.

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Nope my fist was a vaginal birth
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Suzanne was my midwife, but Dr Brandy is my naturopath, and I adore her.  If I was planning on more babies and Suzanne was not available, I wouldn't hestiate to have Dr Brandy.

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Nope my fist was a vaginal birth

All of those midwives should be able to bill insurance then.

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Jane can't bill insurance.  Sue and Brandy are both great choices.

 

Meant to also say, Jane is a great choice too...she just can't bill insurance yet.


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Sue is not an option has much has I wish she was , Im going to talk to jane about a payment plan Im know she worth every penny

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Dr. Brandy is my current midwife. I'm due to deliver within the next few weeks. She's really great. I completely trust her knowledge, in fact, after the baby is here we plan to use her as our family naturopath as well. She's very laid back, easy to talk to and has lots of great information on how to naturally cure your every day pregnancy complaints. I highly recommend Brandy Ross :) 

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Thank you!! My HBAC was very healing and empowering and I cannot wait to give birth again!! =)

 

I thought I recently heard that Jane can now bill insurance. Maybe check with her again on that. Sounds like you planned to talk to her anyway. Best of luck to you!!!


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