Hi, I found out that my baby has Tri 18, all the burden of trying so hard to conceived an pregnancy, lead to decision should i keep it , even though i know it will not last or terminate, after viewing the condition, I decided to end the pregnancy, it scares me to know our all my birth, that was healthy, why me. I know ir nor my fault and my husband fault, but because i am 41, my age is considered high risk. I cant tell since this news, i been very depressed, i pray every day to heal my baby, let him live, but I guess God wanted him, so i must let him go. I am too depressed to see this baby suffered, so i must let him go, and me and hubsand will try again. Sad , i had open up my feelings, thanks for listening.View Thread
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