Thank goodness they have one healthy little one, at least...a stillborn baby has to be one of the saddest things in the world. All that promise, all those months of waiting to welcome it, and then it's just gone. And I wonder if the child who lives might have a sense of survivor's guilt when he learns he had a twin who didn't make it. :-(
#1 Sarah (Link) on 2005-09-28 23:42
Hang in there. Sorry your first day was so up and down. It is not all that way. We still do a lot of happy things in high risk ob. I think they are hiring there in MFM. Are they good people?
#2 Kristin (Link) on 2005-09-29 21:19
Aggressive monitoring to cause a live birth in a baby who has an often fatal defect? I think not. That to me, feels like more pain than a stillbirth.
#3 Laurie (Link) on 2005-10-01 12:58
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