After losing my daughter in April, we were happy to find out we were expecting. All that changed last week when I went in for my first ultrasound only to be told that the baby had no heartbeat. What really ticks me off is that no one can seem to tell me why this is happening. Although one doctor did say it was my age. OK I'm 36 so I'm considered high risk but people in their 40's have babies everyday. Just needed to get that off my chest.
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