Mu daughter was admitted to the hospital during her 19th week with leaking fluid. She had remained hospitalized with excellent care until she developed an infection. The infection became so extreme that her life was now in danger. An emergency c-section was performed at 22 weeks 3 days. Both babies, boy and girl, were born alive but died within a few hours as they were just too small. What can I do to help them in their grieving process as well as my own.
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