i lost my little man just over 8 months ago at 39+6 day before my due date. i already have ds who is 2 1/2. I had a normal healthy pregnancy identical to my first ds pregnancy and everything was great. i dont smoke, drink or anything, eat healthy and went to all my scans etc. Day before i saw midwife and heard heartbeat (for the last time!!) which was fine at 148 bpm. She joked i would have baby that week as head well down. That night i woke up with the weirdest feeling and just knew he had gone. rang hospital in panic thinking i might be wrong (praying i was wrong even though i knew he had gone) and went up to be monitored and heard worst news and words ever... i am sorry your baby has no heartbeat. my world fell apart. i will never get over this ever. how do i carry on knowing my baby died at the last second. i should have been bring him home as a full term healthy baby. he was 7lb exactly and a good lenght. we had all tests etc done and no reason was found for his death told it was "just one of those tragic things, act of good". how cruel to get to end of 9 months and then lose him. why let me keep him 9 months and then take him away. i will never ever be the same person as long as i live. hate the bitter angry preson i have become.
This happend to me last year my daughter Taylor died at 39+4 on the day she was due to delivered by c-section.
There really is nothing more cruel that to carry our children for 40 weeks only for them to cruely snatched away from us at the last day.
There is an organisation called SANDS
(Stilllbirth and Neo-natal Death Society), im not sure if anyone has mentioned this to you. But it has a forum http://www.sandsforum.org/ and sadly it is full of Mummies and Daddies who have suffered a loss of a child.
oh darlin you could do with a big hug if u ever need anything anyone to listen to you always have us i am so sorry this awful thing has happened to you and it should never happen to anyone i dont no what else to say but i truly am sorry hun xx
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