Placental Abruptions

ifOnlytoBreathe

  • Welcome to Share. I am sorry to read about the loss of your baby girl Logan. It's absolutely horrific what you've been through not to mention traumatic! Yep, I could be wrong, but I think you had two years from date of event to pursue personal injury and medical malpractice. That might depend on one's State. Seems questionable to have been given pitocin, then sent home. Urgh, so frustrating and upsetting. You had an emergency and the medical team clearly wasn't being urgent enough or at all. I had a placental abruption as well and my son did not survive. I almost didn't either, but I got there in time to replace my 60% blood loss. I think that's supposed to make me feel better, but it really doesn't. It's been so many years since her birth, but I know it must feel like it was just yesterday. I am so sorry for the hurt, the pain, and the turmoil ever since. I hope that you continue to find inner strength for a better tomorrow. Thank you for sharing your Logan with us.

    Lindsay