If you are considering your options, we invite you to read our stories and explore those options thoroughly - some studies, provided by Perinatal Hospice and Palliative Care suggest families will make the decision to terminate within three days of a diagnosis -- but this decision will last a lifetime.
We have families in our group with a variety of extenuating circumstances and who may be able to answer questions about your specific concern.
We would be more than happy to put you into contact with someone who may have been affected by an issue that may be impacting your decision making process. Because most moms seem to be concerned about future fertility, we would like to add: our group includes mothers who have gone on to successfully carry babies to term after their LBWC baby (in fact, almost every mother in our group has gone on to have a successful pregnancy, or multiple successful pregnancies, after her loss).
We can not promise to give you the answers you need to ease your mind about continuing your pregnancy, but at least you will be making a medically informed decision, understanding all of the possible outcomes.
More and more women are choosing to continue their pregnancies after receiving a poor prenatal diagnosis, even with a diagnosis of LBWC. You can do this. You deserve the opportunity to parent your child. To hold the comfort which comes from knowing your child's life was one of peace and love.
See here to learn more about why we believe that not only is continuing your pregnancy what is best for your baby, but we believe it's what's best for you as well.
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