How Much Does a Doula Cost?

According to, a doula is defined as “a non-medical professional labor companion that provides informational, emotional, and physical labor support in addition to your nurse, doctor or midwife.”  A doula is a companion that will offer support and encouragement throughout the birthing process, but will not provide any sort of medical advice or treatment.

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  1. Mary C paid $ and said:

    We had hired a doula back in 2009, and she came out to the house every month, while attending to us more in the end. She was available via phone all the time, and I found her to be well worth it! I paid around $1,300 for the entire session throughout my pregnancy. Hope this helps!

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