Hello! I have just completed the registration and am amazed to see how many people have been through the same thing as myself. Unlike a lot of the moms I am seeing, I lost my daughter, Becca, Oct. 5, 2003. Having just passed another painful anniversary, I find myself finally at a point in my life where I am able to "deal". Seeing other people who have gone through the same horrifying experience saddens me to the core. My story...I was 34 weeks pregnant and I started early labor. I was put on meds for 2 weeks to help stop the labor. The day before 36 weeks (which was when they were going to stop the meds and bring labor on full force...we lost her.) Her umbilical cord hemmorhaged at her belly button. It was awful. As a first time mom, now going through labor, not knowing what to expect and knowing what the outcome would be was heart wrenching. I have since had another daughter that I am so thankful for. God bless all of you here!
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