Post # 61
Chelle17: Thank you….that’s actually so comforting to hear. I will definitely discuss all my options and as the news is sinking in, I’m not so afraid to see our baby…I just don’t want to be at home alone when it happens. I’m so sorry to hear about your baby too..xo
Post # 62
Ryansgirl: We lost our son right at 16 weeks this past Christmas Day. Due to how far along I was, my doctor said I could not have a D&C and instead I had a vaginal delivery in the hospital and was induced. My doctor felt it was best I do this under medical supervision.
I also did not want to see the baby, and in fact the thought terrified me. The nurses did take pictures, and provided a blanket which they had wrapped him in – they put this in a box for us to take home with us. We were not able to open that box until we were both in a better place emotionally.
I don’t want to go into great detail on the board, but please PM me and I would be willing to discuss it with you, if you have questions. I can also answer any questions you have about what happens afterwards – when I went through this, I remember vividly wishing I just knew what to expect. I felt very unprepared for the experience.
Post # 63
I am very sorry for you and your husband’s loss of your son. I saw this blog this morning and I think it is very fitting for your post although it’s a heart breaking story you can feel the overwhelming love.