Skip to comments.She Was Moments Away From Taking an Abortion Pill on Advice From the Hospital.
Posted on 03/04/2014 3:14:05 PM PST by lowbridge
After being told by hospital staff her baby was dead with 100 percent certainty, Hazel Wiggins returned home where she got into bed and mourned the death of her unborn child.
I cried the whole day and night, the 36-year-old mothertold the Mirror.
When Wiggins returned to Hexham General Hospital to begin a first series of abortion pills, she relayed her gut feeling about her baby to the nurses. She said she could not accept that her baby was dead and demanded they do another scan.
They kept saying that I needed to take the tablets and I said that I didnt want to. I told them I wanted another scan. It went on for about 20 minutes, she recalled.
Eventually, the nurses relented and agreed to do another scan. When the nurse saw what was on the screen, she was shocked. She reportedly told the mother: I have a baby here who is jumping all over the place, the baby is alive.
Wiggins said when she looked at the screen, it looked like her baby girl was saying to her, Mum, please dont take the tablets, Im alive.
Baby Amelia was born on Jan. 13 at Newcastles Royal Victoria Infirmary.
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Talk about a nearly fatal mistake.
Further, the case reportedly led to changes in official NHS policy on pre-natal scans. All expectant mothers who have a scan which shows their baby has died will now be automatically offered a second scan,
Good Lord. You'd think this would be standard procedure for such a "final" outcome. Oh... my bad....
Obamacare Great Coverage For All Brits wouldn't allow for that.
Thank you for posting this story.
Prayers for the little girl.
Shocking and sad. Expect to see this scenario replayed with Obamacare.
“”Though she was born with respiratory problems as well as her liver and bowel on the outside of her body,”
Those post-natal surgeries cost the NHS a ton of money, don’t you know? It’s hard to believe that it’s just a coincidence that they tried to get her to accept a $20 prescription in lieu of thousands of dollars in additional treatment for her and her baby.
Good old Blaze.
Where no one knows how to write an informative headline.
Not a miracle - malpractice by the individuals who conducted her first scan
Terrible thing to say, I know. But this is cost containment in a socialist system.
Prayers for mother and baby.
BTTT! And may God bless this mother.
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