I agree!! I am sorry for your loss a well. There are so many of us that have experineced this for no reason at all. It was avoidable!!! It was not our fault at all. After two weeks, I am realizing this. I'm not sure what your situation is or was but, we need to unite to stop this from happening to other people that are not aware. We need to post this in detail so that people know what exactly happened and how. I pray for you and your family. My husband and I are getting tatoos in memory. We also found a website that has jewelry for sale to remember our lost children. I was 10 weeks and miscarried at home after the hospital sent me home after telling me my babies heartbeat stopped on Christmas Day. I will forever remember and see the image of my dead baby every time I go to the bathroom and everyday I fall asleep. I don't know about you but, I will forever not silence, not about this or the terrible experience I lived. One day my baby is alive, beautiful, and heartbeat healthy as can be, next, she's gone.??????????????View Thread
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