*Mrs Cherry* 21 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 10450 posts
27th Jun '12

If it really bothers you, you can ask to take it home with you. Kind of the same way that you can ask to keep your tonsils if you have them removed. Then you can do whatever you want with your zygote/fetus. You might have to sign a waiver for it though.

kthx. Due January 13 (girl); Cleves, Ohio 66664 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Uh-milly'Yuh:" All we need is legislation that would open the door for women who flush their miscarriages to be charged with abuse of a corpse. :roll:"


There was already a bill (can't remember what state) saying a miscarriage should be treated like abortion/murder :shock: :?

S & S *20weeks* Due December 29 (boy); 16 kids; Larouche, Quebec 1123 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting K[♥ E&C]:" What about the women who have early miscarriage and don't even know it? You want to sign a petition to stop the flushing of clots? Because that's what it looks like."


No no no, that's not it at all. I'm saying that if the parents WANT to bury the fetus, and WANT the remains, they should be able to have the right to do that.



It's like for example, my mom's friend had a stillbirth at 20 weeks, and the baby's weight was juuuust enough that a funeral was REQUIRED. She didn't want one, she just wanted to pack away the baby things and move on, act like it never happened. Everyone grieves differently, and by no way am I saying that this woman was in the wrong.



And whoever flushed the clots down the toilet, I'm not bashing on you either. It's your choice, YOUR baby, your body, etc. You do what you want with YOUR life.



I just agree that the OPTION of burial should be there. That's all.

Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom 2 kids; Raleigh, North Carolina 14528 posts
27th Jun '12

If I miscarried in a hospital early on and they stuck the blob in a Ziploc bag and handed it to me, I'd never ever go to that hospital again.

K[♥ E&C] 2 kids; Nevada 25704 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting *Mrs Cherry*:" If it really bothers you, you can ask to take it home with you. Kind of the same way that you can ask ... [snip!] ... have them removed. Then you can do whatever you want with your zygote/fetus. You might have to sign a waiver for it though. "



Actually you can't. It gets sent off to pathology. I asked if I could take my tonsils home and my appendix. Two different hospitals, both said no.

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 36521 posts
27th Jun '12

There is woman on here.. I forget her name but she has a picture of her 13 week fetus that she MC'ed.



Im like SERIOUSLY... that is nasty. Im sorry but.. that is crazy.

user banned Due March 16; Miami, Florida 638 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:" If I miscarried in a hospital early on and they stuck the blob in a Ziploc bag and handed it to me, I'd never ever go to that hospital again."

:!::!::!:

S & S *20weeks* Due December 29 (boy); 16 kids; Larouche, Quebec 1123 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting kthx.:" There was already a bill (can't remember what state) saying a miscarriage should be treated like abortion/murder :shock: :?"


oh wow -_- that is messed up! It's not like miscarriages are voluntary!

Amelia [a Mom] 1 child; 4 angel babies; Tallahassee, Florida 15685 posts
status 27th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting kthx.:</b>" There was already a bill (can't remember what state) saying a miscarriage should be treated like abortion/murder :shock: :?"</blockquote>




And another (maybe the same one?) outlining how there should be a proper burial for all miscarriages.

Faye's Mama 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 4569 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:" If I miscarried in a hospital early on and they stuck the blob in a Ziploc bag and handed it to me, I'd never ever go to that hospital again."


:!:
This.

Little Bit's Momma Due October 21 (boy); 33 kids; North Richland Hills, Texas 7479 posts
27th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting kthx.:</b>" There was already a bill (can't remember what state) saying a miscarriage should be treated like abortion/murder :shock: :?"</blockquote>




That's ridiculous. Because a woman can control a miscarriage. I'm sorry but they need to gtfo of people's private lives when it comes to their bodies.

*Mrs Cherry* 21 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 10450 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Ren:The secret bride-to-b:" Bury something for free? Cemeteries don't bury things for free. Cemeteries are only good if they have plots."


A lot of cemeteries actually donate burial plots for stillborn babies and babies who passed before they turned one.

kthx. Due January 13 (girl); Cleves, Ohio 66664 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Rowans Mom (RIP):" No no no, that's not it at all. I'm saying that if the parents WANT to bury the fetus, and WANT the ... [snip!] ... your body, etc. You do what you want with YOUR life. I just agree that the OPTION of burial should be there. That's all."


But WHAT is there to bury at 3 weeks? A woman goes to the ER for extreme bleeding... told it's a miscarriage. Should she bury her panties/pad that are soaked in blood? Because that early, all it is is a few clots, mainly just blood. There is nothing there to physically hold in your hand, put in a box/casket, and bury.

The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19989 posts
27th Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rowans Mom (RIP):</b>" No no no, that's not it at all. I'm saying that if the parents WANT to bury the fetus, and WANT the ... [snip!] ... your body, etc. You do what you want with YOUR life. I just agree that the OPTION of burial should be there. That's all."</blockquote>




At five weeks it's not a baby in any way shape or form.

Hathor + A Due December 23 (girl); 16 kids; Spring, Texas 12834 posts
27th Jun '12
Quoting Rowans Mom (RIP):" No no no, that's not it at all. I'm saying that if the parents WANT to bury the fetus, and WANT the ... [snip!] ... your body, etc. You do what you want with YOUR life. I just agree that the OPTION of burial should be there. That's all."

You going to pay for it?