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Homebirthing and Jewish Dr. Eisenstein 5/25/09

This is one of nearly 10,000 emails sent to media regarding autobiographical events in my life.  My main thrust is to ‘save the White male and race,’ and to expose what the Jews have done to the Whites in this country, as well as my homeland of Poland where they all came from.

I came across something on Dr. Eisenstein the Jew that delivered my baby Paul at home without drugs. (I’m at that point in my Purple Heart essay regarding the events that my husband and I went through together.
I wanted to have my baby ‘natural’ and at home, but, I can tell you that this doctor did ‘absolutely’ nothing for the money the insurance and my husband and I paid him.  He didn’t teach us about breastfeeding, or LaMaze classes to ease the pain.  He was the last to show up and my home, and he went to ‘sleep’ on my couch, until the baby was born, letting his ‘midwife’ stay up and do all the work. The only thing he did was to take pictures of my vagina spread open and the baby coming out.
I’m not resentful, as I didn’t know of any other agencies heralding homebirths without drugs, and I wanted to think that there are ‘good’ Jews in the world. But, then I came across this blog below saying that Dr. Eisenstein, (the Jew) and his home birthing events were not as good as people might think.
It is very obvious that Jews are in the business of being doctors for one reason and one reason only…. the high priced medical costs.  The Midwife could have delivered the baby for 1/2 the expense.
These are things we need to consider in raising healthy White babies and giving them the best start, and preferabbly not to make the drug addicts from the moment of birth.
But, I was disappointed, because there seemed to be a lack of care and attention on his part.  I was carrying a ten pound baby, and very uncomfortable.  Also, the pain was beyond words, cause my big White baby boy was leaning against my spine, and the spine is the center for all the nerves, so I was ‘feeling’ everything.  Back labor is the worse thing that can happen to a woman with a normal delivery.
Even my husband said, “All the doctor did that day of the home birth was to ‘sleep on the couch and take pictures.'”  The doctor always said he wanted pictures of the ‘newborn,’ but what about the pictures of my vagina spread wide open. Do you think porn people know the difference?  That is how we are getting so crushed mentally with their Jewish schemes and tricks.  Here is one unhappy customer from the homebirth clinic.  As you can see the first office is getting ‘run down,’ for the Jews don’t use their money to ‘rehab’ and ‘preserve’ as I did to my home.  They let the neighborhood totally run down, get more Mexicans and Jews in there, and make money off them when the neighborhood turns into a ghetto and the Jews get ‘big time government money from White taxes.
But, again, I would research home delivery for White babies, I have no regret, but I would get the ‘best available,’ and perhaps just a plain midwife would do the trick. Technically, a White husband could deliver the child.  We don’t even need ‘professionals’. Our forefathers and foremothers just squatted the babies out onto a bunch of leaves.They didn’t go through all these Jewish rituals having babies.  It is as natural as one of my delicious, juicy apricots just falling off the tree when they get ripe.  Delivering a White baby is ‘not’ a medical or hospital procedure, the Jews just made it so.

Exclamation terrible experience with Homefirst

I would highly encourage anyone interested in Homefirst to do your research and make sure they are willing to take you based on your type of insurance or method of payment for their services.

This is my recent experience with Homefirst:
I had been under their care for about three years, previous to these past 6 months, because I was always interested in having a home birth. These past six months I took a farming internship in the northern suburbs of Chicago, in which case I needed to temporarily change my care to a more local doctor. It just so happens that in the first month of my new job I became pregnant. I continued my prenatal care with a ob/gyn in the suburbs under the assumption that when I returned to the city, I would change back to Homefirst and thus have the birth experience I was looking forward to. So, when I moved back to the city I switched back to my previous #381 medical group on November 1st, which was in my 26th week of pregnancy and still in my second trimester, which covers Homefirst services. However, when I attempted to schedule my routine 7th month prenatal check up with them, the medical director, Dr. Eisenstein, directly told me that he would not take me as a patient and manage my care because my HMO insurance coverage did not allow his business to make a financial profit. That “I would only make $75 a month if I were to manage your care….This is a terrible situation that the insurance company has put me in and I feel sympathy for you, but I need to feed my family as well, you know,” Dr. Eisenstein explained in a phone conversation to my husband and I. He later told my insurance company that he could only take me as a patient if a) I wasn’t already in my third trimester and b) if I agreed to have a hospital delivery with one of his doctors. So, I faxed him my prenatal medical records in order to confirm with him that I was not in fact in my third trimester yet. After reviewing my medical records, he told my insurance company that he could not take me as a patient because I was in fact in my third trimester. Of course, this was not the truth. In the meantime, I became completely discouraged and almost betrayed by Homefirst because I truly believed they were an honorable practice providing proper birthing services to women who would like a natural birthing experience. It became clear to me that only if they made a profit on these women, would they provide them service. In which case, I wanted and it seemed as though I had to find an alternative. So, I discovered the West Suburban Midwives Associates do take my HMO coverage and I immediately began to work with my insurance to switch over to them. However, since Dr. Eisenstein told my insurance company that I was in my third trimester, being the reason he couldn’t manage my care, then my insurance was reluctant to change my medical group and my case was sent to the administration office and considered as a special case under investigation. Not only did Dr. Eisentein convey misinformation to my insurance so that he wouldn’t have to take me as a patient, but also he made my attempt to switch to another medical group impossible. My husband and I were furious. We then consulted other medical experts for their interpretation of my medical records, including my previous ob/gyn and one of Dr. Eisenstein’s doctors, Dr. Shatteur, they all confirmed that in fact I do not start my third trimester for another two weeks. We explained to Dr. Shatteur our situation; that we wanted to switch out of his medical group, but since Dr. Eisenstein lied about my medical records to my insurance company, we are being scrutinized by our insurance company. We asked him if he would call our insurance company in order to confirm that I am not in my third trimester. He did this in a three way phone conversation, including Dr. Eisenstein, to my insurance company basically retracting his original review of my records. They were willing to do this only because we explained we no longer wished their services. I am now praying and waiting for my insurance company to change my coverage to the West Suburban Midwives Associates, so that I can continue having prenatal care. My husband and I believe this whole experience was a blessing in disguise and that it opened our eyes to the truth behind the way Homefirst operates. I think it’ll be better for our baby in the end.
Update: good news our insurance company allowed us to switch to medical group #100 West Suburban Health Providers. We are now in the process of deciding which midwife group we will choose. either West Suburban Midwives Associates or Women’s Health midwives.
Thank you for reading.

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