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has anyone lost their baby at birth unexpected? tracey gamble Due May 7; United Kingdom 1 posts
24th Feb '13

hi new to the sight and havent really spoken to many people in the situation as me, i had my first born Frankie on the 18h April last year, had a healthy pregnancy and went a week over due, went into Labour on the 17th and it all went horrible wrong, i wont go into details, but i left with out with beautiful boy due to the hospital, im now excepting my second baby boy on 1st of may, by c section and just wanted to see if anyone else had been through the same thing, as starting to find things hard as it gets closer.

lolajessup Due July 25; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
24th Feb '13

I'm so sorry sweetie. I haven't because I was luckily diagnosed with Vasa previa prenatally. But many women in my support group were not so lucky :( its absolutely horrible and something no mother should have to experience. Congrats on your new LO! :)

Kay plus Three 3 kids; Hillsborough, New Hampshire 6101 posts
24th Feb '13

A girlI went to high school with lost her baby to Sids before they even left the hospital. I can't even imagine dealing with that kind of heartbreak... Very sorry for your loss and best of luck with your pregnancy

lolajessup Due July 25; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
24th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kay plus Three:</b>" A girlI went to high school with lost her baby to Sids before they even left the hospital. I can't even ... [snip!] ... I can't even imagine dealing with that kind of heartbreak... Very sorry for your loss and best of luck with your pregnancy"</blockquote>



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treann79 33 kids; Wisconsin 1189 posts
24th Feb '13
Quoting tracey gamble:" hi new to the sight and havent really spoken to many people in the situation as me, i had my first born ... [snip!] ... and just wanted to see if anyone else had been through the same thing, as starting to find things hard as it gets closer."

So, my story is not exactly the same, but would have ended the same had I given birth to her any earlier than 39 weeks which is when I discovered she wasn't moving. She had a valementous cord insertion and it pulled out and would have during labor if I had given birth to her earlier. So one day I was planning on having her and the next I was birthing her and didn't get to bring her home with me...so I know how you are feeling to some extent. I am also pregnant again and it is very hard. I just wish it was all over and our babies were with us. If you need to talk I am here!

Two Princesses 2 kids; San Pedro, CA, United States 7196 posts
24th Feb '13

I'm verry sorry for your loss momma.
R.I.P
I lost my first daughter at 22.3 weeks. She lived for 34 minutes after birth. So not really the same as you, but I do empathize with the loss of a baby.
I delivered a healthy baby girl two years after my loss, and am 28.5 weeks pregnant with another little girl. The pregnancy with my now two year old daughter was rough because I couldn't stop worrying. but since her healthy arival it's been somewhat easier. and this pregnancy I haven't worried as much, though of course I still do to a certain extent.

*Country Chick* 19 kids; British Columbia 108 posts
24th Feb '13

Im so sorry for ur loss. I gave birth to our stillborn daughter july 17th of 2010. I am certain she passed away on day 2 of labour out of 4 days of labour total. She was born at 39 weeks 1 day. Weighing in at 7lbs 12oz which was 5oz more than my first born weighed at 10 days overdue! We had no family to surround us and i slept alone in the hospital as my hubby couldnt stay the night he had to be home with our other 2 children. I have then since gave birth to a healthy baby born who was born on May 3rd of this year!! No complications during the pregnancy just a stubbon baby and a nervous mom. He came at 3 weeks early and because of stress he almost passed before birth. If we didnt get him out when he did he wouldnt have made it..He's our miracle baby. Congrats on the pregnancy and i wish u best of luck <3