I just heard that some insurance companies define high risk pregnancies differently, and may not pay for extra high risk treatments prescribed by doctors. For those who are trying again, do any of you fall into the high risk category, and do you have any info on this? I'm nervous of what our next pregnancy will cost us (although I'd do anything for a baby at this point, including loosing lots of money). I'm still a little bitter at our insurance company about having to pay almost $2000 to give birth to our stillborn baby. What is insurance for anyways? Does anyone else who's TTC on this board have this concern as well?
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