Today was my postpartum checkup and the whole time I was there I wanted to cry but I just couldn't - mainly bc I didnt want to. Anyways, when I first got there the lady at the desk asked me if I was pregnant....sorry but I almost had to cuss her out and tell her to mind her own business. So I saw the doctor and explained to him that I hadnt been taking my Zoloft bc I didnt like the way it made me feel and let him know about my panic attacks. He told me to try and keep taking them bc you have to keep taking them for them to work. So then I asked him if I were to get pregnant again what would be the odds of me having to go through all of this again and he told me it most likely wont happen again (that still doesnt make me feel any better) but then he goes on to explain that most stillbirths dont happen really late in pregnancy, but I read online that they do. He also said that there must have been something wrong the my daughters heart or her brain and thats why she didnt live and said that most babies with that problem die before they get that far along. I'm just so confused and I feel like he doesnt really know much about stillbirths or maybe I'm reading the wrong info. Can somebody educate me please?
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