... Nicely said. I got pregnant at 16 and had medicaid to cover me while i was pregnant. They paid for everything, even ER visits. I was also on WIC, when i was pregnant i got milk, cheese, cereal, peanut butter, and juice. Then when my baby was born, my medicaid switched over to healthy start healthy families. Which is another form of medicaid, except it covered my baby as well.... (9 replies)
... Yes, medicaid has a program for pregnant women. You don't have to pay them back and they don't put it on your credit report. They will need a lot of stuff, Social Security card, birth cert, state issued ID, financial info (pay check stubs for everyone in the household), lease, letter from your doctor stating you are pregnant, etc.
Medicaid will pay for everything from... (9 replies)
... we have a 2 year old and decided it was a good time to try for another child. The pregnancy progressed to 4.5 months with regular prenatal care. I was then told my AFP results came back high for a neural tube defect. ... (5 replies)
... existing condition and can't exclude coverage for prenatal care or your baby's delivery. However, there is no federal law that requires health plans to actually provide maternity coverage. Some states, though, do mandate such coverage. ... (7 replies)