Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby blythe » Fri May 11, 638610 4:50 pm

Jamie has posted the rest of their story here http://www.preeclampsia.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=34742

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby kathyc » Fri May 11, 638610 11:29 am

I'm so sorry you are having to go through this. Thinking of you and your family.

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby mrs.spit » Fri May 11, 638610 2:40 am

Oh Jamie, I'm so sorry that I'm so late to the game.

There are no good words. There truly are no good decisions at this point - every bit of the decisions you find yourself making sucks. There are no right answers, only what is best for you.

There are some things you can do in terms of saying good bye to your beloved babe, and I think the social worker has likely provided you that information. If I can help you at all, you can send me an email through these boards.

Abiding with you.

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby jenniferf » Thu May 10, 638610 2:45 pm

I am so sorry you are facing this decision. Thinking of you.

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby annes » Thu May 10, 638610 9:47 am

I am so sorry that you are in this situation, my thoughts will be with you and your family. Take care of yourself.

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby theartsymom » Thu May 10, 638610 6:18 am

Hugs and prayers for you in this situation.

I hate this disease.

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby jenndola » Wed May 09, 638610 5:57 am

Thinking about you, and wishing none of us ever had to make this choice. (hugs)

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby jellymama » Mon Apr 30, 638610 4:48 am

My heart hurts for you and your decision. Sending prayers for a miracle and protection for you and your baby. Please take care.

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby debbie78 » Mon Apr 30, 638610 4:43 am

I cannot add anymore than what has already been said. I am so sorry that you are facing this. (((hugs)))

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Re : Decision Time (potential loss mentioned)

Postby raspbeari » Mon Apr 30, 638610 2:35 am

I'm so sorry to hear this. I made the decision to deliver/induce at 24 weeks(he had severe IUGR- and weighed just under a pound) I was gravely ill, and was on mag for about 5 days, they gave him a zero chance of survival. I also had absent flow, and decided that I would have the staff not resuscitate him after he was born. I'm not sure I would do it differently now. I knew next to nothing about the disease then.
I will say I have also seen a couple of very dire situations on these boards (like Sabrina mentioned) miracles do happen, and the doctors aren't always right.
This is a very personal decision. I'm glad I had photos taken with me and him. I was so glad I held him, but I wish I would've held him longer. I also wish I would've had him on my chest for skin to skin contact.

I saw you posted this yesterday, I am thinking of you.




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