a friend just died...
August 11, 2011 8:11am CST
Just know about it in fb today, she died yesterday the cause of her death is severe loss of blood in child birth, good thing that the baby survive, but i feel sad about the baby she will grow up without seeing her mother, and the father feel so sad for him too, they are still in the honeymoon stage i think.. i don't know if the doctor in charge is the one to blame for the loss.... we just can't trust some doctor's now a days...i feel sad for that...
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13 Aug 11
This is very sad, very tragic experience for the husband and poor little baby lost the mother without seeing her. This is one of the heart breaking truth when we lost someone we love so much. Giving life and dying ...this is how mother's love becomes great next to God's love. have a great weekend jaiho®
12 Aug 11
It is really sad and these days we just can't blame the doctors as the doctors advises operation or Cesarean when the complications are noticed timely. It must have been a highly complected case and our modern advanced medical system could not save the mother. Feels very bad for the husband... he is sad as he lost his wife but he have a reason to smile as he's a father.
11 Aug 11
Oh my goodness. I am so sorry to hear that. It scares me a little because I have placenta previa and loss of too much blood would be possible. I do hope my placenta is back in place now so I don't have to take c-section or bleed too much. Please God be there for me. I'm sure the baby's daddy will take care of him well.
11 Aug 11
People always say that when a mother is giving birth, she has one feet in the grave. Meaning there is always a 50/50 percent chance that she will survive. There are many complications that could arise during childbirth. That is why we are being taught to appreciate our moms because they literally risked their lives to bring us into this world. My condolences to your friend and her family, I do hope that someone, a sister or a mother who would step in an be willing to help out the young father in taking care of his child.