Friday , May 27 2022

A woman shares a tremendous moment that she gave birth to a baby-born baby


A woman has sparked a staggering birth that she had been born to a baby-born baby.

Kristy Watson was 32 weeks pregnant when she went to labor.

After diagnosis of pre-eclampsia, the single mother suffered from kidney failure, high blood pressure, painful headache, and a blurred vision.

However, Kristy described her pregnancy as a "miracle" because of the three mistakes that he experienced from before.

Earlier this year, she felt that her son was moving for the last time. The next day, she had a stimulating job and introduced her "baby to sleep".

Kristy said that he does not want to blame anyone about what happened, but she wanted to have more to do to find out that her son dies slowly.

When writing on Facebook he said:

"If they were only ultrasound that day, I could see that my country failed, if they had made my waves to see how topography my waves were really at that stage.

"It may not have changed the result of what's happening but it's not what I never know. I do not want to play the game on fault but to be so neglected and feel that I do not listen on the people I gave in the hands of the life that I was creating and to be denied as much as I was not something that I would like on my worst enemy.

"I want to raise awareness so no mother, no family has ever had to go through the pain, the heart and the loss that I have to go through."

The mother said she felt she had not listened to at hospital and did not take it seriously when she said she knew something was wrong.

"I had to watch my family to be so encouraging about losing their niece, grandson and cousin and myself because no one was caring enough to help when I needed it," he said.

"I want people to know my story so they know when their secret tells them that something is not right to fight for answers, to travel back and forth until they know what is happening, to make sure they are also being heard because I now have to go home to a nursery in full of everything I needed to pick up my little child, to an empty coat that my son never came in, to books that I did not I read it, to a favorite costume that I never wore at all because I was not heard.

"I'm going home empty with a heart empty, so it's broken that it takes a long time to improve."

Kristy urged women to listen to their bodies and to listen to others when they feel something is not very good.

"We need to look after ourselves so much and I can not imagine any other mother having to feel as if they had failed their child as I have had, too," he said.

Kristy's post has been split almost 5,000 times.

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