Thank you. I am finding peace in Daymian's passing. I was infected with paravirus B19 on 4th of July weekend. I honestly thought it was just a cold but from what i understand, if Daymian had survived, he would have lived a life of struggle and illness. I hope to be back soon as soon as the doctor gives the physical go ahead.View Thread
Please remove me from the list. I had to make a new username because I couldnt remember the password to my hopingforbaby2011 account and I no longer have the email address I had set it up for. I delivered Daymian John on September 12th still born. He was 11.8 oz and 10 inches long. The only cause they can find at this point is that I was infected with Paravirus B19.View Thread
[Trigger] On Tuesday, there was no heartbeat for Daymian. I was induced that evening and delivered Daymian John at 12:13 PM on Wednesday the 12th. He was 11.8 oz and 10 inches long. He will live on in my heart forever.View Thread
I guess I should have put this first that I had to make a new username because I couldnt remember the password and my cookies got reset.My old username was hopingforbaby2011. I went to the doctors today and the only thing that has come back that could have caused this to happen was apparently at some point I was exposed to a child with Paravirus B19.View Thread
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