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Post by MomTimesThree » Sat Jul 27, 2013 08:41 am

Welcome. I'm so sorry for the loss of your sweet Noah- and that your providers at the time didn't intervene sooner. After our daughter was born and passed in 2008 I felt just as strongly as you that I was going to be sure I would do what I could to ensure it didn't happen to other families, I also had a provider that missed many signs. It's been a difficult yet healing journey as I feel sure in our area many things have changed since she was born. I hope in time you find the right avenues in your area as well.

My thoughts are with you and your family,
Lauren

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Post by OurAngelNoah510 » Sat Jul 27, 2013 11:33 am

Hello all,

We lost our son Noah at birth, at 38 weeks. He was born and died May 10, 2013.

Noah is our fourth baby. I have a history of pre eclampsia and had all of the warning signs. With Noah I had severe pre eclampsia and left undiagnosed and therefor untreated, I had a full placental abruption.

I almost died as well, but thankfully another Angel was there that day. The doctor who saved my life.

We are determined to make a difference from our tragedy. Our situation was avoidable and we would like to prevent this from happening to other people. Specifically educating Providers.

I'm not exactly sure how to do all of that yet, but in time I'm sure I will find the right avenues for awareness.

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