‘My due date wasn’t till February and we have been crossing all the pieces hoping that she would not come earlier than then.’
The stay-at-home mom stated earlier than she went into labor, she double-checked with the hospital to verify they have been covered.
Then at 36 weeks pregnant in mid-January, Amy went into labor – half a month earlier than their new coverage grew to become effective.
She needed to have an C-section and though Evelyn wasn’t severely premature, her lungs have been.
Amy added: ‘Her lungs have been completely premature. Simply crying was collapsing her lungs. Her chest was shifting as quick as backerfly wings and she was purple and blue.
‘It was very traumatizing. I have little doubt that the docs and nurses, who have been incredible, saved my daughter’s life. They deserved to be paid however I do not suppose parents ought to be caught with that whole bill.’
The principle concern hinges not on the out-of-network hospital, which added to the overall value, however that Evelyn wasn’t added to the insurance plan earlier than she was born.
Amy stated her husband had sent an e-mail to an insurance consultant asking what wanted to be performed to make sure Evelyn was lined when she was born, the Friday earlier than she got here.