After my Chloe passed away three weeks ago, although such thinking won't do anything to bring Chloe back, my husband and I were trying hard to figure out if there were chance for us to save Chloe if we monitor her every minute and awake her once we find out something is wrong. We talked to state medical examiner and he said there is no way to save a SIDS baby once it starts, even we monitor her closely. We just can not believe that. I searched the internet and read a lot of SIDS stories and it seems that for all the cases I read, parents/sitter discovered too late. Does any one here know some about this subject?
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