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Our 24 hour stay for our first child 15 years ago (normal birth) the hospital charged over $10K. Our portion was $300 through insurance

For our last kid we had her at home with a midwife. Total cost was $4500 for 6 months of prenatal care and delivery. Insurance did not cover any of that.
 

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Lifer
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Our 24 hour stay for our first child 15 years ago (normal birth) the hospital charged over $10K. Our portion was $300 through insurance

For our last kid we had her at home with a midwife. Total cost was $4500 for 6 months of prenatal care and delivery. Insurance did not cover any of that.
People's main complaint is the cost of hospital parking

/aside from wait times of course
 
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Hassa, Turkey

Soldiers wait near the Syrian border at Hassa during operation Olive Branch. Turkish jets bombed the Kurdish-controlled city of Afrin in northern Syria, as president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan promised to expand Turkey’s military border operations against a Kurdish group that has been a key ally of the US in the war on Islamic State.

Photograph: Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images

 
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Lansing, Michigan, US

Victim Emily Morales is hugged after speaking at the sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, a former team USA Gymnastics doctor who pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges. Nassar was sentenced to between 40 and 175 years in prison for abusing athletes in his care.

Photograph: Brendan Mcdermid/Reuters

 
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Douma, Syria

A girl holds an oxygen mask over the face of an infant at a makeshift hospital following a reported gas attack on the rebel-held besieged town of Douma.

Photograph: Hasan Mohamed/AFP/Getty Images

 
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Kabul, Afghanistan

A view from a bullet hole shows the Intercontinental hotel that was attacked by Taliban militants. Twenty-two people were killed in the attack, including 14 foreigners, Afghan officials said. Eleven of the foreigners had been identified as working for an Afghan private airline, Kam Air.

Photograph: Hedayatullah Amid/EPA

 
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