My baby girl was born at 24 weeks still-born. I already lost her brother 6 months before when he died suddenly from nec at 6 days old. the care i got with my son was very very good and in turn is helping me to come to terms with his death. the care i got with my daughter was terrible not just the way i was treated during my 7 day labour but also the disrespect shown to her when and after she was born. the rudeness of the midwifes and being left in dirty sheets im cross about but the way she died makes me very angry, tanesha was 24 weeks and breech her head got stuck and at some point i feel while they were pulling on her her neck broke and xrays confirmed this. they also left her just laying on the resucateir with no offers of clothing her, bathing her, finger or footprints and no photos at all. they moved me back to my local hospital without her dispite my demands to take her with me, it took 4 days for my hospital to get her returned to me so i could start to say goodbye. im angry and so upset i feel guilty to my tanesha and im stuggling to move on. my legal team say i have a case against the hospital but is taking them to court gonna make things worse when im stuggling so badly as it is? i dont know what to do?
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