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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by feddy27: 3:09pm On Dec 06
LI:
Caveat: This is the longest Nairaland post you will ever read in your life. grin


All the best to everyone still anticipating, congrats to everyone celebrating. Apologies if I wore you out with my lengthy post. grin




Congratulations and all the best in your onward journey
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by seemorejoy: 4:06pm On Dec 06
phebeansans:

Not yet.I had my first with Dr F but i am considering using another doctor this time.

I'm also considering using doctor Fagbohun or doctor Jeanie Huynh but have not contact them yet. but never see anyone mentioning doctor Jeanie Huynh
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by mamaron: 4:47pm On Dec 06
LI:
Caveat: This is the longest Nairaland post you will ever read in your life. grin

We had our interview in Lagos. Appointment time, 6:30am. Even though we qualified for dropbox, we decided to opt for an interview instead. This was due in part to our wanting to avoid a follow-up interview which many here seem to justifiably dread. Scheduling a face-to-face was an inconvenience but a minor one compared to what could be as there was still a chance we would be required to book appointment for a follow-up interview; an appointment which, according to Fyorgyn is not likely will be expedited. Worse still, if only one of us was issued a visa with the other getting the 221g. DW and I wanted to be together so we agreed to waive our rights to apply under the dropbox programme. It is worth noting that we had to initiate two emergency interview requests before it was finally granted; the first was thrown out with a message that, ours was not a real emergency.


Wow congratulations Ll!! And so well written that it didn't seem long at all.

Please may I ask a question if you don't mind. When applying for the emergency appointment did you submit the 3 docs required: Nigerian doctor's letter, US doctor's letter and proof of funds in both instances. Why do you think they denied it first before approving? Thanks.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by phebeansans: 4:54pm On Dec 06
seemorejoy:


I'm also considering using doctor Fagbohun or doctor Jeanie Huynh but have not contact them yet. but never see anyone mentioning doctor Jeanie Huynh
I haven't heard her name mentioned to.She is on my list of doctors to contact.I will start in January God willing.I am still searching for cheap tickets.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Supernaturalone: 5:40pm On Dec 06
Do you have a Dr in the US? That should be your first step. Your Dr will determine how soon or how late you can travel. Some Drs will not accept you as a patient after a certain number of weeks. In addition, most airlines will not allow you to fly after 36 weeks.


valeria:
Good day everyone.

I really appreciate all the help provided on this forum.

Please i will like to know if anyone has booked elective CS in the U.S before. My doctor here in Naija says 38 weeks is fine and I need this date to book flights for hubby and I.

Thanks in anticipation.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by SuperDad: 5:42pm On Dec 06
LI:
Caveat: This is the longest Nairaland post you will ever read in your life. grin

We had our interview in Lagos. ....



......I was impressed by the quality of work put in by the VO. I believe she had a memorable time with us too because when I said, “Have a beautiful day”, she flashed her beautiful white thirty-two, then replied, “You too”.

All the best to everyone still anticipating, congrats to everyone celebrating. Apologies if I wore you out with my lengthy post. grin






I really enjoyed reading this...and I'm sure I'm not the only one who did!
Beautifully written, but even more so because of the beauty of honesty.

Congrats
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by seemorejoy: 5:53pm On Dec 06
phebeansans:

I haven't heard her name mentioned to.She is on my list of doctors to contact.I will start in January God willing.I am still searching for cheap tickets.

Pls let me know how you go about it though i don't have visa yet, i and my husband applied for Visa after our marriage for honey moon but got denied and we settle for Dubai, i will be applying alone this time with my 2 years old son and i pray for mercy.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by LI(m): 5:54pm On Dec 06
Thank you Mamaron.

First time, we submitted only Doctor's correspondence. I think they said, they had limited slots for emergency appointments, they said they didn't think we had a genuine case for emergency. However, we submitted again with all the other requested docs and got an approval less than 6 hours later.

mamaron:


Wow congratulations Ll!! And so well written that it didn't seem long at all.

Please may I ask a question if you don't mind. When applying for the emergency appointment did you submit the 3 docs required: Nigerian doctor's letter, US doctor's letter and proof of funds in both instances. Why do you think they denied it first before approving? Thanks.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by mamaron: 6:09pm On Dec 06
LI:
Thank you Mamaron.

First time, we submitted only Doctor's correspondence. I think they said, they had limited slots for emergency appointments, they said they didn't think we had a genuine case for emergency. However, we submitted again with all the other requested docs and got an approval less than 6 hours later.


Great. Thanks so much...all the best at POE and with baby when he or she or they (twins) grin arrive!
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by iwuoahsamuels: 6:14pm On Dec 06
Pls house , need some clarification on these , I engaged two hospitals and below are excerpts from each
Hospital 1: “You are not required to pay for the acceptance letter but if you are requesting on be written for
any reason you will first make $200 non-refundable fee“
Hospital 2, after sending my requested status profile : “I have scheduled you to come see Dr ** on 21st may 2018 by 11am. Pls let me know if there’s anything else I can help with”
My question: do I need to pay a certain amount for an acceptance letter that I need to go to interview with or for Poe?
Does the response or correspondence from hospital suffice for what I need for interview and Poe
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by mamaron: 6:18pm On Dec 06
valeria:
Good day everyone.

I really appreciate all the help provided on this forum.

Please i will like to know if anyone has booked elective CS in the U.S before. My doctor here in Naija says 38 weeks is fine and I need this date to book flights for hubby and I.

Thanks in anticipation.

Supernaturalone:

Do you have a Dr in the US? That should be your first step. Your Dr will determine how soon or how late you can travel. Some Drs will not accept you as a patient after a certain number of weeks. In addition, most airlines will not allow you to fly after 36 weeks.



Hello Valeria, Supernaturalone has said it all.

Just wanted to chip in.......in general I think US doctors in most states will not do an elective CS before 39 weeks UNLESS there is a medical need. Regardless, you need to fly before 36 weeks with a singleton or before 32 weeks with multiples for most airlines.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Supernaturalone: 7:06pm On Dec 06
iwuoahsamuels:
Pls house , need some clarification on these , I engaged two hospitals and below are excerpts from each
Hospital 1: “You are not required to pay for the acceptance letter but if you are requesting on be written for
any reason you will first make $200 non-refundable fee“
Hospital 2, after sending my requested status profile : “I have scheduled you to come see Dr ** on 21st may 2018 by 11am. Pls let me know if there’s anything else I can help with”
My question: do I need to pay a certain amount for an acceptance letter that I need to go to interview with or for Poe?

Does the response or correspondence from hospital suffice for what I need for interview and Poe

The VO/POE want evidence that you've contacted a doctor, you know and have what it takes to give birth in the US. You don't need a formal 'acceptance letter' from a Dr. However, you are not precluded from getting one if you wish. Some Drs will demand a deposit before they give you one, which usually you'll forfeit, if eventually you don't show up. Ensure that the Dr/hospital correspondence you receive confirms the amounts payable to both Dr and hospital and you have sufficient funds / source of funds to back that up.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by dere5: 9:01pm On Dec 06
iwuoahsamuels:
Pls house , need some clarification on these , I engaged two hospitals and below are excerpts from each
Hospital 1: “You are not required to pay for the acceptance letter but if you are requesting on be written for
any reason you will first make $200 non-refundable fee“
Hospital 2, after sending my requested status profile : “I have scheduled you to come see Dr ** on 21st may 2018 by 11am. Pls let me know if there’s anything else I can help with”
My question: do I need to pay a certain amount for an acceptance letter that I need to go to interview with or for Poe?
Does the response or correspondence from hospital suffice for what I need for interview and Poe

Some Drs do require you to pay a deposit for correspondence, which would be deducted from your final bill at the end of the day. But you end up forfeiting it if you don't use that particular Dr.
The 2nd letter you posted here is not detailed enough,it's suppose to also indicate how much the service would cost,it would also help if you have something to show how much the hospital services will cost also.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Omodadi2: 10:38pm On Dec 06
LI:
Caveat: This is the longest Nairaland post you will ever read in your life. grin

We had our interview in Lagos. Appointment time, 6:30am. Even though we qualified for dropbox, we decided to opt for an interview instead. This was due in part to our wanting to avoid a follow-up interview which many here seem to justifiably dread. Scheduling a face-to-face was an inconvenience but a minor one compared to what could be as there was still a chance we would be required to book appointment for a follow-up interview; an appointment which, according to Fyorgyn is not likely will be expedited. Worse still, if only one of us was issued a visa with the other getting the 221g. DW and I wanted to be together so we agreed to waive our rights to apply under the dropbox programme. It is worth noting that we had to initiate two emergency interview requests before it was finally granted; the first was thrown out with a message that, ours was not a real emergency.

On a day there was so much fuel scarcity, it amazed me to see a sea of people arrive early at the consulate. By 7:15am the VOs had taken their seats. We were directed to Window 2 right behind a young woman who was having a go at her 4th attempt for an F1 visa. I know this because she seemed to be familiar with the security ops outside; I heard parts of their conversations.

Me: Good morning
VO: Good morning. How are you?
Me: Very well, thank you. How are you?
VO: Very well. She smiled back. Can I have your passports?
Me: Sure. There you go, as I slid our passports through the opening at the foot of the window.
VO: What’s the reason for your planned visit?
Me: I am attending a company program in New York, while my wife here will be in Texas to have our baby. I will be joining her from New York a week after I arrive.
VO: Okay. What’s your budget for this trip?
Me: 20k. We have our budget estimates here if you would like to see.
VO: Sure. Can I see that?
I slipped the budget sheet, correspondence with doctor, as well as anticipated bill all neatly labelled towards to the VO. She wasted no time whatsoever in scanning through contents of the documents.
VO: What do you do?
Me: I am a Service Manager at blah blah blah
VO: For how long have you worked in this role
Me: 6 years
VO: What do you do for --? She repeats the name of my employer.
I give a 20s elevator pitch of my functions.
VO: Have you attended a similar training in the past?
Me: Many, including in San Francisco.
VO: How long did you stay during you last visit?
Me: 3 weeks. 1 week in SF, 2 with my family in Houston.
She continued clicking on her computer for a few more seconds.
VO: How about you, what do you do? This time, she was addressing the fine lady who stood with me.
DW: I’m a School Teacher at blah blah blah
VO: What do you teach?
DW: This, this, plus that.
VO: Are you using the same facility as before?
DW: Yes
VO: What’s your doctor’s name?
DW: Dr Fagbohun
VO: Is this your second child?
DW: Yes
VO: For how long were you there for your first?
DW: 7 weeks
VO: And where did you stay during this period?
DW: Intown Suites
VO: Do you have anyone in the US?
DW: No
VO: Did you get anything for payments you made from the hospital the last time
Me: We did. I knew she was referring to the itemized billing with other stuff so proceeded to handover the thick stack of breakdown of all the expenses incurred (15k in total), letters of non-indebtedness from hospital, another from doctor, bills from all the service providers, every single receipt for payments made, itemized billing.

The pile of paper was thicker than a Brazilian Butt Lift yet the VO meticulously read through each page. To be honest, I was glad she did as the letters included specific wordings like, “bill was settled in full”, “the state of Texas or any other government agency has not picked up any part of the bill”. The bills we received also included phrases like, “International family”, "discounts granted for self-pay, non-insured patients only", "discounts only applicable if payment is made by date X".

When she got to the section with the itemized billing, I reckon she could understand the reason for the discounts applied.

VO: What are your incomes?
We mentioned our monthly pay.
VO: Is your child travelling with you?
Me: They will be travelling together while I join them later.
VO: That’s fine
She resumed typing for another one minute or so

Funny how before you approach a window, you seem to hear what everyone else in the room is saying but can almost only hear your blood coursing through your veins as soon as it’s your turn with the VO.


VO: I am going to approve your visas. This paper here details how you can pick-up after you have received a message from us. She passed the white paper through the window after circling the DHL office we would be picking up our passports. She also returned our documents. Make sure you have this with you when travelling as you will be asked again at the point of entry. Congrats.
Us: Thank you.

I was impressed by the quality of work put in by the VO. I believe she had a memorable time with us too because when I said, “Have a beautiful day”, she flashed her beautiful white thirty-two, then replied, “You too”.

All the best to everyone still anticipating, congrats to everyone celebrating. Apologies if I wore you out with my lengthy post. grin



P.S. The lady who went before us, the one who was at her 4th attempt for an F1, she got her visa. I am happy she did. I learnt a new level of persistence from her story. We all should.



Long but interesting, congratulations.
Please i need ti get a clarification of your bills, did u say that your total bill for childbirth is 15k or uve unclided your flight fee and other expenses?
Also, i would like to know how an itemized bill should look like, the one i have from Oakbend has all ds selfpay discount english, want to knownif its not a problem
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by oluwafunkenny: 10:47pm On Dec 06
Hi Valeria,

Get in contact with your ob/gyn over there. Mine said 39/40weeks. I am of the opinion 38 is too early- personal though.

valeria:
Good day everyone.

I really appreciate all the help provided on this forum.

Please i will like to know if anyone has booked elective CS in the U.S before. My doctor here in Naija says 38 weeks is fine and I need this date to book flights for hubby and I.

Thanks in anticipation.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by oluwafunkenny: 11:22pm On Dec 06
Hello all,
Saw an ad from wakanow on Delta promo to Houston for 283k. I have been trying to book but getting outrageous figures. Anyone in the house that can put me through will be appreciated. Also am interested in the flying period. Thanks and nice night.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by TWoods(m): 2:15am On Dec 07
LI:
Caveat: This is the longest Nairaland post you will ever read in your life. grin


Funny how before you approach a window, you seem to hear what everyone else in the room is saying but can almost only hear your blood coursing through your veins as soon as it’s your turn with the VO.

It's nice to run into folks who write so well they make reading a pleasure. Congratulations sir!

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by phebeansans: 8:57am On Dec 07
seemorejoy:


Pls let me know how you go about it though i don't have visa yet, i and my husband applied for Visa after our marriage for honey moon but got denied and we settle for Dubai, i will be applying alone this time with my 2 years old son and i pray for mercy.
No problem.I will try to keep you updated.I wish you all the best with your application.It will be nice to share our experiences.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by debby516(f): 9:27am On Dec 07
Call delta office directly with your dates and dont bother with wakanow.
oluwafunkenny:
Hello all,
Saw an ad from wakanow on Delta promo to Houston for 283k. I have been trying to book but getting outrageous figures. Anyone in the house that can put me through will be appreciated. Also am interested in the flying period. Thanks and nice night.

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by LI(m): 9:57am On Dec 07
15k was the total expenses for the trip. Medical expenses alone was 8k.

The itemized billing should sum up to a "zero value" if you settled your bill in full, that's why it's referred to as a "zero balance". It would typically include discounts granted by the hospital (if you got any). In addition, you can request the doctor/hospital write a letter of non-indebtedness on your behalf. If you didn't access any medical aid, the letter should say so. If you received any quotations before accessing the services, please include those as well.


Omodadi2:



Long but interesting, congratulations.
Please i need ti get a clarification of your bills, did u say that your total bill for childbirth is 15k or uve unclided your flight fee and other expenses?
Also, i would like to know how an itemized bill should look like, the one i have from Oakbend has all ds selfpay discount english, want to knownif its not a problem

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by chibertha(f): 10:19am On Dec 07
Congratulations...........
LI:
Caveat: This is the longest Nairaland post you will ever read in your life. grin

We had our interview in Lagos. Appointment time, 6:30am. Even though we qualified for dropbox, we decided to opt for an interview instead. This was due in part to our wanting to avoid a follow-up interview which many here seem to justifiably dread. Scheduling a face-to-face was an inconvenience but a minor one compared to what could be as there was still a chance we would be required to book appointment for a follow-up interview; an appointment which, according to Fyorgyn is not likely will be expedited. Worse still, if only one of us was issued a visa with the other getting the 221g. DW and I wanted to be together so we agreed to waive our rights to apply under the dropbox programme. It is worth noting that we had to initiate two emergency interview requests before it was finally granted; the first was thrown out with a message that, ours was not a real emergency.

On a day there was so much fuel scarcity, it amazed me to see a sea of people arrive early at the consulate. By 7:15am the VOs had taken their seats. We were directed to Window 2 right behind a young woman who was having a go at her 4th attempt for an F1 visa. I know this because she seemed to be familiar with the security ops outside; I heard parts of their conversations.

Me: Good morning
VO: Good morning. How are you?
Me: Very well, thank you. How are you?
VO: Very well. She smiled back. Can I have your passports?
Me: Sure. There you go, as I slid our passports through the opening at the foot of the window.
VO: What’s the reason for your planned visit?
Me: I am attending a company program in New York, while my wife here will be in Texas to have our baby. I will be joining her from New York a week after I arrive.
VO: Okay. What’s your budget for this trip?
Me: 20k. We have our budget estimates here if you would like to see.
VO: Sure. Can I see that?
I slipped the budget sheet, correspondence with doctor, as well as anticipated bill all neatly labelled towards to the VO. She wasted no time whatsoever in scanning through contents of the documents.
VO: What do you do?
Me: I am a Service Manager at blah blah blah
VO: For how long have you worked in this role
Me: 6 years
VO: What do you do for --? She repeats the name of my employer.
I give a 20s elevator pitch of my functions.
VO: Have you attended a similar training in the past?
Me: Many, including in San Francisco.
VO: How long did you stay during you last visit?
Me: 3 weeks. 1 week in SF, 2 with my family in Houston.
She continued clicking on her computer for a few more seconds.
VO: How about you, what do you do? This time, she was addressing the fine lady who stood with me.
DW: I’m a School Teacher at blah blah blah
VO: What do you teach?
DW: This, this, plus that.
VO: Are you using the same facility as before?
DW: Yes
VO: What’s your doctor’s name?
DW: Dr Fagbohun
VO: Is this your second child?
DW: Yes
VO: For how long were you there for your first?
DW: 7 weeks
VO: And where did you stay during this period?
DW: Intown Suites
VO: Do you have anyone in the US?
DW: No
VO: Did you get anything for payments you made from the hospital the last time
Me: We did. I knew she was referring to the itemized billing with other stuff so proceeded to handover the thick stack of breakdown of all the expenses incurred (15k in total), letters of non-indebtedness from hospital, another from doctor, bills from all the service providers, every single receipt for payments made, itemized billing.

The pile of paper was thicker than a Brazilian Butt Lift yet the VO meticulously read through each page. To be honest, I was glad she did as the letters included specific wordings like, “bill was settled in full”, “the state of Texas or any other government agency has not picked up any part of the bill”. The bills we received also included phrases like, “International family”, "discounts granted for self-pay, non-insured patients only", "discounts only applicable if payment is made by date X".

When she got to the section with the itemized billing, I reckon she could understand the reason for the discounts applied.

VO: What are your incomes?
We mentioned our monthly pay.
VO: Is your child travelling with you?
Me: They will be travelling together while I join them later.
VO: That’s fine
She resumed typing for another one minute or so

Funny how before you approach a window, you seem to hear what everyone else in the room is saying but can almost only hear your blood coursing through your veins as soon as it’s your turn with the VO.


VO: I am going to approve your visas. This paper here details how you can pick-up after you have received a message from us. She passed the white paper through the window after circling the DHL office we would be picking up our passports. She also returned our documents. Make sure you have this with you when travelling as you will be asked again at the point of entry. Congrats.
Us: Thank you.

I was impressed by the quality of work put in by the VO. I believe she had a memorable time with us too because when I said, “Have a beautiful day”, she flashed her beautiful white thirty-two, then replied, “You too”.

All the best to everyone still anticipating, congrats to everyone celebrating. Apologies if I wore you out with my lengthy post. grin



P.S. The lady who went before us, the one who was at her 4th attempt for an F1, she got her visa. I am happy she did. I learnt a new level of persistence from her story. We all should.

Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by LI(m): 10:21am On Dec 07
Who knows? Maybe we're having triplets. But whatever the number/gender, as soon as we find out, you'll be the first to know wink
mamaron:


Great. Thanks so much...all the best at POE and with baby when he or she or they (twins) grin arrive!

Honesty is bae, its beauty cannot be overemphasized. Thanks
SuperDad:


I really enjoyed reading this...and I'm sure I'm not the only one who did!
Beautifully written, but even more so because of the beauty of honesty.

Congrats

If the conspiracy theorists on this thread are half-correct, then your comment is even more encouraging. Thanks TWoods
TWoods:


It's nice to run into folks who write so well they make reading a pleasure. Congratulations sir!

Thank you!
feddy27:


Congratulations and all the best in your onward journey

Thanks...........
chibertha:
Congratulations...........

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Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by chibertha(f): 10:22am On Dec 07
I am here I used Dr Huynh ( ie WHMC) she loves elective C-sections
seemorejoy:


I'm also considering using doctor Fagbohun or doctor Jeanie Huynh but have not contact them yet. but never see anyone mentioning doctor Jeanie Huynh
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by chibertha(f): 10:24am On Dec 07
Search the thread with her name you will be surprised how many times it will pop up mostly in earlier parts.
phebeansans:

I haven't heard her name mentioned to.She is on my list of doctors to contact.I will start in January God willing.I am still searching for cheap tickets.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by Omodadi2: 10:38am On Dec 07
LI:
15k was the total expenses for the trip. Medical expenses alone was 8k.

The itemized billing should sum up to a "zero value" if you settled your bill in full, that's why it's referred to as a "zero balance". It would typically include discounts granted by the hospital (if you got any). In addition, you can request the doctor/hospital write a letter of non-indebtedness on your behalf. If you didn't access any medical aid, the letter should say so. If you received any quotations before accessing the services, please include those as well.




So you got an itemized bill for the 8k? I see you used Oakbend, and i did too, this is why I am trying to get info from you. Sorry for my wahala.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by oluwafunkenny: 10:38am On Dec 07
@Justwise, the information l posted on Jeanie Huynh took me about 30minutes to retrieve yesternight just to help someone but unfortunately, you disapproved. Well, my take_ this is discouraging.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by phebeansans: 11:00am On Dec 07
chibertha:
Search the thread with her name you will be surprised how many times it will pop up mostly in earlier parts.
Thanks i will
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by justwise(m): 11:01am On Dec 07
oluwafunkenny:
@Justwise, the information l posted on Jeanie Huynh took me about 30minutes to retrieve yesternight just to help someone but unfortunately, you disapproved. Well, my take_ this is discouraging.

Email it to the person that needs it.
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by phebeansans: 11:03am On Dec 07
oluwafunkenny:
@Justwise, the information l posted on Jeanie Huynh took me about 30minutes to retrieve yesternight just to help someone but unfortunately, you disapproved. Well, my take_ this is discouraging.
Wow sorry about that.I am sure you dug out the information to help seemorejoy and I.Thanks a lot.We will do a search and see what turns up.Thanks again
Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 5 by LI(m): 11:11am On Dec 07
No one gets one itemized bill. Remember you have to pay each service provider separately: Doctor, Oakbend, Brown and Associates, NICS, Anaesthetics, etc. Each of these guys would give you separate itemized billing of their charges.

Hope this clarifies

Omodadi2:



So you got an itemized bill for the 8k? I see you used Oakbend, and i did too, this is why I am trying to get info from you. Sorry for my wahala.

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