My son was born on October 25, 2006 with severe brain damage due to placental abruption. He is hemorraghing on two spots in his brain and has a massive blood clot in the middle. Before he was born he was a perfectly heathly baby and due to the nurses neglagance, he is mentally disabled. We have been through a lot and some days have been especially harder than others. Most days it is easy to push out of my mind that he has problems at all because he is young, but others I dwell and do not want to see him. I have joined this group to hopefully find someone else out there who has experienced similar situations and get advice from any one who would like to help.
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