I lost my baby boy at 18 weeks due to a twisted cord called torsion. While searching the internet I found a doctor who has studied cord accidents for decades. His name is Dr. Jason Collins and he started the Pregnancy Institute to monitor women throughout their pregnancy looking for cord problems. He has saved some babies from monitoring them. He monitors women all over the country from readings they submit over the web. He monitors the readings EVERY DAY. His website is www.preginst.com. I posted this so it will be out there for anyone else. I just couldn't believe how COMMON cord problems were and how they can REOCCUR after talking to him. More common than gestational diabetes and other things that doctors monitor during pregnancy. He is trying to get the medical community to pay more attention to cord issues. I hope that this can help anyone who has a cord problem or anyone who has miscarried and might not know why. I don't want anyone to go through a loss again if it can be prevented.
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