I lost my first baby boy last June 30, 2021 at 10:33 am. He was delivered through emergency C-section because I was bleeding heavily and in labor. I was diagnosed with having a placenta previa totalis. I am still in shock as of this moment and still can't believe I lost him. I don't even have a chance to hold him or even see him. I was in SICU for 32 hours also fighting for my own life. I just hope one day, I'll be able to accept what happened and move on. I just hope no other woman out there would have to experience what I had experienced. Please include me in your prayers.
I just lost my son 7/72021 at 33 weeks and also had an emergency c section everything happened so fast.. it’s so heartbreaking!!! I haven’t written about my story yet. And it sucks it’s so many of us going through this and it’s so hard to understand why. Thank you for sharing your story. I understand your feelings to well.
Thank you for sharing your story. I am so sorry for the loss of your baby boy. Our community is filled with families and loved ones who understand what you're going through. You are not alone, Leia Ley. We're here for you! I hope you find support and comfort in our Share community.
Sending you and your family all of my love.
You mentioned also fighting for your own life. How are you doing?
I experience same March this year 2021
A baby boy too, heard baby boys are not stress tolerant.
My labour commenced with bleeding, dilated up to 8cm, midwife said she could see the head and I was referred to another hospital since labour wasn't progressing, on getting there they said heartbeat was gone and that there is placenta abruption, was booked for emergency CS too, and just like you, I didn't get to hold him or even see him, I get frustrated all the time because o didn't get to see his face.
I want to get over this fast by getting pregnant again, been trying for the past three months since doctor said I can start trying after 3months.
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