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Posted by amanda
on September 05, 2000 at 17:49:04:
In Reply to: Re: StillBirth posted by Jeanne on March 11, 2000 at 11:52:53:
I know how you feel my son and my only child was born on october 25 1 day before his due date. I realized he hadn't been moving that day (though he was late the nite before)and some ppl told me they someimtes slow down before they are going to be born but to check it out so went to the hospital. They told me he was stillborn. I had to endure 2 hours of ulstrasound with the doctors all hovered around the ultrasound screen talking quietly to themselves. (Though i will say it was a wonderful hospital.) I can't believe its almost been a year since he was born.
All i can think about is everything i've missed this year. His first word, his first tooth and his first step.
I'll never see that i don't even know what color his eyes are.
The doctors never did find a reason he was perfect on every test and ultrasound i had. They even did an autopsy but nothing.
How can that happen?
I saw his when he was born he looked like he was sleeping. Not a thing wrong with him.
But i know i'll hold him again someday
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