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Hey mamas,

I might be moving to Eugene, I've lived there before, but this time I'm pregnant. Can anyone tell me about some good home birth midwives in the area?

Thanks!
 

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I will get her name and number for you. I was so impressed with her, be being a two time C-section/hospital birth mommy. I thought her home birth process was so beautiful and the midwife was WONDERFUL!

Please email me if you need her number.

Courtney
 

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oh Pam Midwife Goddess of the MDC!!! I Pm'd her to get her website! heehee

Honestly, there are so many midwives in Eugene, I simply wouldn't know where to start!
 

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Making any progress? My little sister is moving back to Eugene at the end of the year and is hoping to be preg soon. I lived in Eugene when my kiddos were born but I went witht the Nurse-Midwifery Birth Center and both kids were born in the hospital.
 

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I have checked out Pam's website. I really like it, but don't know if I can afford her. I guess I'll have to wait till I get there and see how it feels.

I'm not in a big hurry b/c my good friend is a midwife and lives in OR, she is just too far to be relied upon to deliver the baby.
 

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There are lots of midwives, and most have rates that are really flexible. If you have insurance, it is typically covered 70%.
Most midwives have the ability to work with people on what they can afford.

Anyway, we are all pretty flexible - it's one of the benefits of being autonomous!
 
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