Last night at my Valentine's Day dinner, my hubby and I talked about our little lost babies. With the first one, my stillborn son at 24 weeks, I had to terminate our pregnancy. I've been having alot of trouble with that lately. I could have gone full term with the baby if he survived that long, but the docs said that he would have suffered throughout the prenancy and birth. So it was my choice to end the pregnancy. It hurts so much to think that not only did i terminate him, but i also killed him on the inside first. He had many health issues. The doc said that i must have had some kind of virus that got passed onto him, and thats what caused it all to happen. When pepole asked me what happened to my son and i tell them he was stillborn, they think i didnt terminate him...just that he died on his own. Has anyone had to do this before? how did u cope when people think bad of you?
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