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MC at 7-9 months pregnant? Ashleeey 1 child; Alberta 109 posts
Dec 1st '08

No i havent lost my baby, but i was just wondering about the moms out there who have lost their babies at around 7 to 9 months. Im about 8 months, and i worry like crazy every day that im going to loose her.

Have you ever lost your baby ? And if so do you know why ?

Im terribly sorry for everyones loss for who ever replies to this. But your honestly the bravest people i know if you have been through this, and i completely look up to you guys.

user banned Due March 20; 2 kids; Pinckney, Michigan 49647 posts
Dec 1st '08

The only thing I have heard of is people losing there little ones to premature birth, or a cord accident.

Oh, and your due date was the same as mine from last year : )

oh_baby09 Pennsylvania 7373 posts
Dec 1st '08

my cousin lost her baby at 8 1/2 months. the cord got wrapper around the baby's neck and she died.

Miranda <3's AC & JD Due November 11 (boy); 4 kids; Iowa 21669 posts
Dec 1st '08

Its considered a still born that far along....its a sad thing but rare

PoopyPantsJones 3 kids; Dexter, Michigan 14499 posts
Dec 1st '08

You'll continue to worry until baby is here, and then you'll worry about different things when baby is here.

♡☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆♡ 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Wa, United States 49858 posts
Dec 1st '08

back in september i lost mine im not sure but some how a stringy looking thing of some sort had gotten wrapped around the embilicial cord pinching off the blood flow stoping his heart.....i miss my baby boy :cry:

Married.com 1 child; Colorado Springs, Colorado 102 posts
Dec 1st '08

Yeah I'm pretty sure thats a stillborn at that point. Try not to worry. I know its hard I worried all the time!

.Peytons.Mommy. 1 child; Mesa, Arizona 210 posts
Dec 1st '08

my aunt lost her baby at 8 months. It has been years since, but she still suffers everyday. i cant even imagine having loosing a baby at any age

*~Chelsea~* 2 kids; Cortez, Colorado 1101 posts
Dec 1st '08

my sister had factor 5 and lost her first 2 boys becuase of it... 1 one she had 9 weeks left and the 2nd one she had 6 weeks left.... she was verry upset, but she had a disorder that was making the babys die. she coped with it buy giving birth and holding them in her arms befor they took the baby. she went to some drs and they got her meds and now she had 2 heakthy babys!!!

█♥█ 2 kids; Ontario 3015 posts
Dec 1st '08

A good friend on mine was carrying twins and lost one a week before her scheduled c-section. Thankfully, it's pretty uncommon. However, it a terrible and sad thing when it happens. And my thoughts are with every mommy who ever lost a baby...at any stage.



ETA: My friend was nearly 38 weeks.

✂ Calabaza✂ 18 kids; Arizona 18142 posts
Dec 1st '08

I lost mine a little less than 3 weeks ago because he was born at 26w 4d and after 3 weeks he caught a bad infection and his organs shut down. It's normal to worry. But it is unfortunately a sad fact of life that these things happen. You can't spend all your time worrying about losing them because if you did that, you'd ruin all the good memories. And if (God forbid) you do lose your baby, you are going to want those good, happy memories.

Lovin' My Boyz Due May 22; 3 kids; Georgia 380 posts
Dec 1st '08
Quoting letter2elise:
♡☆º×ß¡±©µ×º☆♡ 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Centralia, Wa, United States 49858 posts
Dec 1st '08

the only thing i enjoyed the most was being able to hold him knowing id never see him again that was the hardest hours of my life

✂ Calabaza✂ 18 kids; Arizona 18142 posts
Dec 1st '08
Quoting ~Jennifer~ RIP Logan:
Colleen L. 20 kids; Tallahassee, Florida 9190 posts
Dec 1st '08

I had a friend who lost their baby 10 days before the due date. They never found out why the baby died. Very hard thing to see a friend go through.