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At-home births no longer have stigma; on rise in Montana

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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:39 pm | Updated: 2:51 pm, Thu Mar 15, 2012.

Mothers-to-be may ask: “What’s best for me and baby?” Understanding the options available, locally, could help women answer this question.

Home-attended and unattended births were the only options throughout the centuries. However, in the 20th Century, an influx of hospitals and medical-care facilities available to pregnant women surged, decreasing the numbers of births at home.

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