The other night I was online looking up stillbirth, I'm so obsessive about the topic now. I had read somewhere online about this woman who lost her baby - he/she was stillborn. She sent her medical records into Dr. Collins so he could review them and possibly give her an answer. So I decided to write him an email just explaining my story and asking if he would be willing to review my medical records and he actually called me. I spoke with him for about 15 minutes and he is such a sweet man, I could not believe he called. He said he would be more than happy to look at my medical reords and told me I could call anytime. I believe there's a link to send him an email on the missinggrace website if you ever have any questions, I would suggest calling him.
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