Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Lash-tastic Texas
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I'm not asking for any real person, lol. But DH and I are in the middle of watching a TV series on Netflix and in one of the episodes, the female lead character had a placental abruption late in her pregnancy, and on the show, they fixed it with surgery. A short surgery, at that, only 40 minutes.
I know it's just a TV show and everything, but I was just curious if this is ever done in real life.
savithny, 42 year old moderate mom to DS Primo (age 12) and DD Secunda (age 9).
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