25 Replies to “My Stillbirth Story | Pregnancy, Labor, and Delivery”

  1. I have also heard the "Once you pass 12 weeks everything will be fine" I actually asked my Dr about this during my 2nd pregnancy. What she said is "While it's true once your past 12 weeks your chance of miscarriage goes down significantly, That doesn't mean things can't go wrong. What it usually means is once you're past 12 weeks its not considered a miscarriage, its considered a Stillbirth".
    I wish more Dr's were as honest as my Dr was
    With what they say and or how they word things..
    That being said, Im sorry for your loss hun, I have been through loss as well.. i definitely understand your pain.

  2. Although this story was emotional for you to tell, I am so glad I got to know your daughter…thanks for sharing.

  3. Whew… the part about you waking up because you thought she was cold or hungry, but couldn’t get to her. My goodness. I really do appreciate you being so candid. Hugs to you. <3

  4. My baby passed at 18 weeks from hydrops as well it was the hardest thing to go through it's hard to find other people that have had their babies diagnosed with it. I was told my blood work was high risk for down syndrome but we didnt do the amnio because of the risks.

  5. May God hold you and your little girl in His hand seek Jesus we want to see them again with much love christine

  6. Thank you for sharing your story. As a student midwife, understanding the stories of mother's will help me to care for families with more kindness and compassion. <3

  7. thank you for sharing. im so sorry for your loss. i support you and love you though i may not know you. may Jesus continue to bless you and your family. and your heart ❤️

  8. Oh honey i feel the pain and i can relate i had similar situation it is okay to cry just know she is your little angel watching down on you hang in there

  9. I'm so sorry you had to go through this. I literally cried watching this and I have so much respect for you. Thank you for sharing your story it is greatly appreciated.

  10. I had 3 miscarriages and a very close call with my son after an induction gone horribly wrong followed by an emergency C-section, but can't even begin to imagine what this loss was like for you. More hugs.

  11. My condolences to you honey, im so sorry that this happened to you, may god bless you and keep you strong, I don't know if I could survive what you had to.

  12. Sensitive topic but do they give an option of having the stillbirth vaginally or do they make you? It almost seems cruel to give birth to an stillborn baby because of what you said, your brain sort of still kicks into that mode of afterbirth adrenaline and your instincts kick in and then you realize your baby isn't going to cry back at you. Also, you're very brave for sharing this story. Prayers 💜

  13. I'm so sorry you had to go through this. Thanks for sharing your story , your truly a strong mother and your little will alway be with you.

  14. First off I wanted to THANK YOU for sharing your sweet baby girl's story with us! I know that was the worst moment of your life and that sharing it was such a hard thing to do. Does she have a name? 🙂 I heard a sweet little 'mommy!' so I'm assuming you had a rainbow baby? What's his or her name? Of course I completely understand if you don't want to share any of that!
    I have never experienced stillbirth but I had a chemical pregnancy in March 2015. We had been trying off and on for about 3 years at that point with no success..so didn't really think I would be able to naturally conceive! 🙁 I had an ovarian cyst removed when I was about 17. So I've always been super paranoid about my fertility cos experiencing a full and healthy pregnancy and birth has always been more or less my main dream/goal in life! So when I conceived I didn't think it was possible and didn't even know I was pregnant. It was both a blessing (feels weird to say that..hope it makes sense) and curse to have not known I was pregnant. The only reason I say it was a 'blessing' that I didn't know I was pregnant cos I didn't have time to get attached to the baby. It just sucked I didn't realize I was pregnant until I started to miscarry. I think I would have only been around 5/6 weeks not much more than that. I plan on making a video about it someday just haven't had the chance. Won't go into much detail cos I don't wanna be upsetting/trigger but I basically woke up and felt the most crazy insane gush of my life. I can't remember if I checked first or went to the bathroom cos I was really hysterical. We live with my bf's parents and someone was in the downstairs room so I had to use the bathroom in his parents room which was so shitty and awkward. But I remember just sitting on the toilet and panicking cos there was just so much blood. I remember my bf didn't know what to do so he asked if I wanted to ask his mom and said ok. She looked worried and tried to calm me down by saying it was probably just a heavy period…but my periods have always been super regular and never ever heavy like that. Ugh it was so awful but in the end my doctor said that sounds like it was definitely a chemical pregnancy. I actually expected her to say she didn't think it was that cos she tends to write off almost everything or concern Ive had. So was surprised she thought it was that. Sorry for writing so much and talking about myself. We still have yet to have a baby but hoping it will happen someday! My mother in law actually just was approached by a psychic and was told her son was going to have a baby and it really sounded like she was referring to me! I just hope not to jinx it but I know most people don't believe in things like that haha I think any bit of optimism at this point is good for me lol Just like you were saying I don't really get to talk about it so it's nice to remember your baby and telling others can help you heal sometimes. Thanks so much for taking the time to read mine and also to share yours! Sending you lots of love and hope life is being more kind to you!! Thank you again for sharing and also reading mine!

  15. I'm sorry For your Loss Sweetie. You are an Amazing Young Lady to share this story, I wish I could reach out and give Your a,Hugh, I may not know You but I Love You

  16. I want nothing more in the world than the right words to say and to be able to hug you. You are an amazingly strong woman and your journey hasn't been fair. Thank you for sharing your story.

  17. You're so so strong and amazing. Your beautiful daughter will be so proud looking down on you in heaven. I also lost my daughter, I was full term and in labour when I found out she had died. I wrote my daughter a poem for her funeral and part of it say " a moment in our arms a life time in our hearts" ❤️ I felt exactly the same before and after I buried my daughter I worried what she was wearing she wouldn't be warm enough. I think it's mothers instinct. You're not alone, and you're so so strong. ❤️❤️ xxx

  18. I'm so sorry that you went through that loss and I understand completely that you want to share the story of your daughter. Bless her and you.

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