Why is it everyone else in the world who hasn't been through this looks at it as a medical thing? Like the other day I told someone about my Brayden and you know they compared their surgery to remove pollops to my hospital stay & Braydens birth? They actually said that when you have to stay at the hospital and have prosedures like "us" it's the worst. I mean I can feel for someone who's sick. But to compare it like Brayden was a typacal medical procedure it's just not fair! We lost our children!!! We didn't have a normal medical procedure!
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