When my babies died…the nurses were #NotJustaNurse

Gina Harris is the CEO of Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep. In this piece she shares how important nurses have been in her life. “When I went into labor with my first baby on October 24, 2007, I did not know what to expect. I knew that our baby David would either be stillborn or he would die shortly after birth. He had Potter’s Syndrome, which means his kidneys never developed, thus preventing his lungs from developing…”

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Connexions Magazine 2018 is Live

Fetal Health Foundation Connexions magazine for 2018 has just been published online. The annual issue includes survivor photos, news on the latest grants, stories from families who have experiences fetal syndromes, and why you should be picky when choosing an OB.

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I knew nothing about TTTS at that point. My doctors never discussed it with me. Even as a sonographer, I didn’t know how to tell if it was happening.

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A Sonographer Shares Her Personal Story

Let me start by saying that I’m a Sonographer. I knew I was pregnant and knew it was twins very early – at around 5 and a half weeks. I knew nothing about TTTS at that point. My doctors never discussed it with me. Even as a sonographer I didn’t know how to tell if it was happening.

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Honoring Me on Mother’s Day In Celebration of My Angels

We are saddened by the loss of Ella and Grace to twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.  Their mother, Jennifer, wrote this piece on Mother's Day, and she's allowing us to share it here. I am a mother. I have thought all morning about what today means to me and if I even...

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