A baby loss at 27 weeksI found out I was pregnant when I was four weeks. You can say at first I was scared. Adoption was my first plan and I was very serious about it. Me and my boyfriend had been together for about 7 months before I got pregnant. The month I find out he cheats on me. It was prob the worst experience in my life.I was now carrying his child and he didn't care.
Well I ended up leaving 12 weeks pregnant to a another state. 900 miles away. As the days and weeks go by I start to feel the baby I start to wonder what he or she would look like, their personality. I begin to fall madly in love with the human growing inside me.
I go to my 19 week check up just to see how things were and they said they know the sex. I don't think I've ever been so excited in my life. It was a little boy. I knew then I was keeping this child, that this little boy was gonna change my whole world.
I begin to buy things and friends and family began to get excited. I was due jan 8th. I was very happy and doing everything the way I was suppose to.
Well one day 26 weeks pregnant I have this pain and I thought it was busy from working. It wasn't too bad and it didn't last that long. I didn't even bleed.
A week later I go in for a check up, at 27 weeks to find no heart beat.Something had happened, I couldn't grasp there was no heart beat. Next thing I know they're telling me I have to go through with the delivery process and I began to push. I was 27 weeks pregnant delivery a baby with no heartbeat. I was so confused. I remember them asking me if I wanted to hold my sweet baby but to realize he was not alive. I remember counting his fingers and toes and looking at his little ears and nose. He looked like his daddy. I haven't ever talked about it until now. Of course there's alot I didn't say but there's a lot I don't remember. I had lost my kameryn Charles and it was so unreal. I never thought after 27 weeks you could just lose a baby.
Editor's CommentThat is very sad and more unusual to lose a baby as late as this. I'm really sorry for your loss and think it would help you to have some counselling to talk through all your thoughts and feelings.
This story was sent in on 18/01/2014