Hello everyone! It is so comforting knowing that you aren't alone and there are so many other mothers experiencing a loss. It's never easy, but the process "take it one day at a time" is definitely helpful..
On Friday April 21st, 2017 just what I thought was going to be normal day, actually happened to be the day everything changed for me. Around noon that day I experienced excessive bleeding, so I went into the hospital. Only being admitted into the hospital for about 20mins, i was told by the on call OBGYN, I needed to have an emergency c-section, due to the excessive blood loss. From being surrounded by one doctor to there being about 10 doctors around me, I couldn't believe this was happening. I was told by the obgyn I was 4cm dilated and was suffering from a placenta abruption. At 2:57pm my sweet baby boy was born, weighting 1lb & 8ozs. But so far so good, I was doing great and so was my baby. The NICU Nurse informed me my baby needed a blood transfusion and was intubated but he was stable and doing fine. After hearing the news he was doing great, I was a little at ease. The next day, my baby boy was doing great, vitals were stable but not long after I left everything went downhill. I was away from him for 5 mins and got a call that I needed to rush to the NICU. When I arrived in the NICU there were several doctors and nurses surrounding him trying to get a heartbeat. 45mins went by and the doctor called time of death at 3:09pm. I couldn't believe this was happening! It didn't make sense to me. I questioned my faith and asked god why he took my baby boy from me. I may never get the answers to my questions, but I know my baby boy is in a better place and not suffering. I know my little baby boy Kaisen gained his wings and is now watching over his family and mommy.
Now, at home after this traumatic event, I am constantly being reminded of what happened. From the scar that I have from my c-section to the leaking breasts and not being able to feed my child is awful. But I know that god has bigger plans for me and hopefully sooner than later god will bless with me another sweet baby boy.
Thank you for "listening"
Your story breaks my heart and I feel for you. I too had a placental abruption and can completely relate to your life being immediately turned upside down. I am so sorry for your loss. God has a plan for you. I will be thinking of you and will pray for you. Hugs. We are here for you.
Thank you so much, I appreciate it!
Hello, thank you for sharing your story. So sorry for the loss of your son. I lost my son at 21 weeks. We had to do a blood transfusion and everything was thought to be going well but then things changed fast as well. I remember just having tons of questions of Why? Five years later I still have those questions. Thinking of you!
Welcome to Share. I am so very sorry for the loss of your son. Please know we are here for you and this is a safe place.
Love and Hugs
Welcome to Share. I am so sorry to for the loss of your sweet Kaisen. I lost my daughter, Trinity a little over 10 years ago. Please know you are not alone in the journey. There are many of us who have walked a similar journey. Sending you a million hugs!
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