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post #41 of 43
I understand feeling like you missed out on the first part of your baby's life. I missed out on mine to PPD--many of my memories are negative. I definitely mourn the loss of those memories.
post #42 of 43
I wouldn't sue, but I would demand a voice with the hospital admin, the doctor's office and the town newspaper. I had a similar experience after a D&C when I lost a pregnancy between #2 and 3.
post #43 of 43
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Originally Posted by lena1984 View Post
wow,lots of hugs mama

to answer your question.

No. i would not sue.
Only read the first page so far, but no, I wouldn't sue. I am sorry you went through all that though.

I have been in court, and it is a long, stressful, upsetting process. I wouldn't do it if you had the slightest doubt. And I don't think it would be a home run at all. You could go through all that time and stress and not get anything. And you'd have to get a lawyer to take your case contingent on winning - or you'd pay a LOT of money to a lawyer with no assurance of winning anything. You could lose a lot of money and time.

Don't lose any more time with your baby. I'd work through it with a counselor and move on. I hope this happens quickly for you. And I'd tell that coworker(?) to please not discuss it with you anymore. I don't think that is helpful for your healing process.
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