When I was 20 weeks I was told that my son, Owen had bilateral clubbed feet and that his lower left leg was swollen. I was sent to a larger medical center for a level 2 ultrasound. Owen was diagnosed with ABS. We were told that his lower left leg was extremely swollen and would likely amputate itself in utero or need to be amputated at birth. We were also told that there was a band wrapped around his left hand, but they could not tell if he had fingers or not since the band was covering where they should be.
Baby boy Robert was born March 29th 1982. I was 17 yrs old and my high school sweetheart was 19 yrs old, we moved to Chicago to start our lives. We were so young and in love, several months later I became pregnant. We were so happy because this was a planned pregnancy.
I did everything right to prepare myself for my new baby. I read books and I ate right. I went to the finest private doctor we could find.
14 Years ago today 4-28-00 I lost my daughter Angelique to ABS. I went in for my 20 week App and once they started look at that baby they noticed some thing was wrong ; they rushed me to do an emergency ultrasound. The doctor explained to me that she wasn’t going to make it full term that the band cut across her belly and all her major organs were out,it also damaged one leg and hand.
At that moment my life felt like it was over how could this be what can I do is my baby in pain.
On the 1st of March 2013 my husband and I were excited about our gender scan. When they started scanning me the lady went quiet and stern faced. She excused herself and left the room, which I felt was strange. She returned and held my hand and said “I’m very sorry to tell you but your baby has no heartbeat.” My heart was shattered. I couldn’t believe it.
We headed straight to the hospital into a private room. The doctor informed us that because I was 18 weeks gone I would have to deliver as normal,
When me and my boyfriend found out we was pregnant we was so happy we couldn’t believe we was going to have a little baby. Little did we know our happiness would soon be taken away.
When we went for out 12 week scan we expected to see a little baby and a little heartbeat as the women struggled to find the heartbeat our hearts started breaking. She was trying to get our baby to have a wriggle so we could hear it but no joy.
My name is Elizabeth. At 23 weeks I went to the hospital because I hadn’t felt my baby girl Sophia move for about two days. When I got there they told me that I had lost my daughter.
After 3 days of being in labor I gave birth on May 8, 2013 at 2:03 am to a beautiful baby girl . They later told me that the cause of her passing was because of ABS, I had never heard of it until now.
I was 21 years old and completely in love when I found out I was pregnant with my first child, I did everything by the books, I was so excited to be a mommy I dreamed about holding my baby everyday. It was Dec/14/09 when I had a regular appointment at the OBGYN to find out the sex of My child at 22 weeks pregnant. Everything seemed right on tract. The doctor asked if we wanted to hear the baby’s heart beat for the 3rd time we agreed but this time it was a little different,
When I was 18 years old I found out I was pregnant and due on December 25th 2008, I was of course young but really excited at the same time.. the father of the baby who I am now married to was very supportive. All my check ups were perfect everything was going well! When I was 17 weeks pregnant we were down by the beach and saw a RV that was doing free ultrasounds (to find out if you were pregnant) I saw they weren’t busy and asked if they could tell what gender the baby was because I just couldn’t wait for my 20 week check up!
I was just at 4 months gestation when they were unable to locate the heartbeat of our baby. The doctor had said the baby had died two weeks prior. We were devastated, to say the least. I had already had one miscarriage and couldn’t bear the thought of losing another baby. They were unable to determine why I miscarried the first time because I wasn’t that far along. This time after giving birth to our baby boy (we had not agreed on a name,
My husband and I were so excited when we found out we were expecting a baby. We had waited so long to start this part of our life and all the pieces seem to be falling into place. My pregnancy was going very well no morning sickness, no unusual pain except every now and then I would have a shooting pain in my stomach, the doctors said the pain was normal in the first trimester and not to worry.
We were about 10 weeks along when we heard the baby’s heartbeat for the first time.