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Priceless.


60 minute use of an operating room: $10,687.00.

Eight day "room and board" for a hospital room: $14,976.00.

9 "pokes" by the lab: $2,200.00.


Knowing my little girl is healed and healthy: Priceless.


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  1. Hospitals are expensive but I would work 10 jobs to make sure my buggy was OK ...She is such a doll

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  2. OMG these people should be ashamed at the prices they put on things. But yes knowing your daughter is health is priceless!

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  3. Priceless indeed. I'm so glad she's healthy again.

    Still, it's daunting. We have a $6000 per person deductible and it's killing us. Adrienne says she'd work 10 jobs and I understand the sentiment, but not the time management. I'm having a horrible time trying to figure out how to pay off my husband, son and daughter's various medical bills, not to mention the fact that we all need glasses.

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  4. That is so, so, so very true. When my husband and I lost our baby, the total bill rang in around $6500....I'm pretty sure it would have been cheaper to have had a baby......but he says it was all worth it knowing I was okay.

    Love knows no bounds.

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  5. OK, so I was in the hospital in January for three days and did not have any surgeries... Why was my bill $24,000?? I think I got ripped off!!

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  6. You are such a wonderful mommy. Your love for your children come out in every post you write. Glad to see the precious angel is feeling better.

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  7. OMG. Yuck. So sorry!!!! BUT, then again, there's no dollar amount you can put on love. Blech though - blech.

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  8. I agree so glad she is healthy again

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  9. They are priceless, huh! Jenna's THREE day hospital stay was around $15,000! Crazy!! Thank God for insurance!!!! :)

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  10. Great that she is feeling better and wow those are some expensive bills! That sucks!

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  11. Wow....I sure hope that's nout out-of-pocket costs! So glad she's ok, though.

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  12. Holy moly....that is expensive! Makes me thankful I live in Canada! Thank goodness for insurance. What a great picture....priceless is right!

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  13. I don't think we can ever put a price on our children but it certainly makes living in Australia a joy.

    All public hospital stays and operations covered by medicare which comes out of our tax, so you don't even notice it.

    Glad your daughter is happy and healthy :)

    Cheers, Fi

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  14. Praise God that your beautiful daughter is already fine :)

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  15. I am so glad your daughter is doing well! I can't imagine...I thank God everyday that my children are healthy.
    And will say extra special thanks for living in Canada....I've had 1 knee surgery, 3 pregnancies - one of which involved a 5 week in hospital stay due to pre-term labour risk, and 3 C-Sections:
    total cost to me?
    0. yes, that's a Zero.

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  16. I'm so thankful we have OHIP here in Canada! I had no idea what medical care costs in the US!
    SO SO SO thankful your sweet girl is well again. Seeing her running like that made me teary and happy :-)

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