Would she be eligible for Medicaid or any other type of health insurance because of her pregnancy in Toledo Ohio?
Your quesiton is really about state and not federal law.
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Since she is in F status, perhaps she has insurance through her college?
You should check with some health care services in Ohio.
Emergency medical may be possible. She should check into her insurance as a student.
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