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Postby Dave_Hazel » Wed 2 Apr 2008 10:25 GMT

I have a 21 month old and we have putted off having a second child until we are in Canada which may not be for another 3 years or so. Unfortunately I have been told I have to have a C-section each time (first one by emergency csection) and cannot give birth naturally.
It dawned on me last night that it may cost us a fortune to have a baby in Canada compared to over here.
Can anyone shed any light on costs of C sections. I am at work so have not had chance to look through the forum thoroughly.

thank you
Hazel xx
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Postby jessica » Wed 2 Apr 2008 12:09 GMT

in ontario it's covered by OHIP and very very common.
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Postby Dave_Hazel » Wed 2 Apr 2008 15:22 GMT

Thank you jessica. I will have to look into it further
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