I mean like doctor appointments and prenatal care and delivery
Go to Des and apply for insurance , if you still don't qualify get a job to pay for appointments and see wic they will help once baby's born
If your Canadian ohip covers everything, ultrasounds, doctor visits, birth. Good luck with your pregnancy
If in the USA, apply for medicaid. It covers everything. Or at least most.
You can get on wic during your pregnancy up until the child is 5 then it's cut off you can go to your Defacs office and get on insurance call around and find a baby doctor that takes the insurance for all your appointments to be handled and after you can get the baby on insurance as well as both may qualify for food stamps thru insurance thru the state you also can get rides to your doctors appointments by the number on the back of the card with them notified ahead of time with all info as far as the hospital visit you can check with the hospital you wanna use and see if they take the insurance and of it covers it fully
Go to ur public health clinics if any around...They can help with any information u need
What city and state do you live in? I just turned 5 weeks and was struggling too because my work insurance won't start until june. I found a place that will handle all my prenatal and maternity care for free
If you go to a Department of human services place you can apply for Medical which will help pay for ultrasound appointments, A doctor, hospital bills, after birth, and may help you get a free breast pump. Apply for wic also and once you hit your second trimester you can apply for cash aid( known as calworks) which lasts 24 months which is 4 years than last 58 months for your child.
Check for a compass sexual health in your area. They are great. They will give you any and all information you need, and help yiu with any testing that needs to be done. They will even help you with subsidized housing and other issues you could be having. Good luck though!
It depends where you live, here everything pregnancy related is usually free.
You can look up free clinic's in your area, apply for Medicaid at your health and welfare office they will also give you information on wic, cash assistance and food assistance they have pamphlets