Maternal death in Pennsylvania

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Re : Maternal death in Pennsylvania

Post by josiah1112 » Tue Jan 06, 2004 09:36 pm

This is so sad. I feel for her husband. My husband often
tells me he was so scared of losing me. We unfortunatly
lost our son, though. I have heard that often when a baby
does well, which seems to be the case in this situation (if he
got to go home with dad so quickly) the mom does not. I hope
we can find a cure for this horrible mystery sickness!

Gloria mom to Josiah 11/12/03 - 12/4/03 born @ 26wks PE

Re : Maternal death in Pennsylvania

Post by sweetiesuzy » Tue Jan 06, 2004 02:32 pm

All I can do is scream and cry.

Thinking of this beautiful woman and her family...


DS 3/25/95
DD 10/26/01 stillbirth
DS 12/30/02
AND ~ Peanut edd 8/6/04

Re : Maternal death in Pennsylvania

Post by mada » Tue Jan 06, 2004 02:22 pm

Ughh..This is insane!! How scary...that poor family. I am so grateful to be here.

Mada Harpster

Sam 6-29-00 36weeks P.E.
Ben 11-03-01 No P.E.

Maternal death in Pennsylvania

Post by annegarrett » Tue Jan 06, 2004 12:53 am

I am sad to report the news of a death of a mother, January 1, 2004, Katherine, in her mid 30s, in Pennsylvania. Her baby survived and is going home Friday from the hospital. I will post more details when I hear. Katherine was Hungarian and had been trying to conceive for sometime. She and her husband were both professors and I believe she taught Physical Education and was apparently very fit and very well educated.

Anne Garrett
Executive Director
Preeclampsia Foundation