A pregnant woman in Michigan who had a miscarriage was told by a doctor that she was in danger of having the miscarriage in the first trimester.
The patient had been in the hospital for five days and had a blood clot in her abdomen.
The hospital refused to treat her and insisted that she get an ultrasound.
The woman had an ultrasound at 10 weeks of gestation and had already miscarried.
“I felt that it was a miscarriage, I thought it was the worst case scenario,” she said.
“Then the nurse came in and said, ‘You need to see a specialist,'” the woman said.
The doctor said that if the woman was pregnant, there was a good chance that she would miscarry during the second trimester, which is the last of the pregnancy.
She recommended that the woman go back to the hospital.
“They said, we’re not going to treat you,” she recalled.
“It was like I was a criminal, a criminal.
They told me to come back in three days, because they didn’t want me to have a miscarriage.
And they said I had to go to another hospital.”
The patient was then told that the doctors in the emergency room would be able to see her if she was still in the intensive care unit.
“At that point, it was like, I’m going to go see a doctor,” the woman told Breitbart News.
“That’s when I had my miscarriage.”
It took her five days to have the miscarriage, and the woman spent about six weeks in the ICU.
“My uterus was not functioning properly,” she told Breitbart.
“In the ICUs, they don’t want you to go into labor because they think you’re not healthy enough.
And I was not healthy at all.”
The woman was put on a ventilator and then sent home.
“But I couldn’t walk, I couldn’ t even sit up,” she explained.
“And the nurses told me, ‘We’ll treat you for the miscarriage.'”
The hospital told the woman that if she miscarried, they would treat her at home, but they wouldn’t let her have an ultrasound again.
“You would have to go back in and see a gynecologist,” she continued.
“So I went to my OB-gyn who told me that they had no option but to give me an ultrasound.”
She said that she wanted to have an abortion, but she was terrified that she might miscarry again.
The OB-Gyn told the patient that the ultrasound would not be a problem if she did not miscarry, but the woman’s obstetrician said that the baby would be born anyway.
“She told me if I had a second miscarriage, they had to be sure I miscarried,” she remembered.
“When I told them, they told me it’s okay because I was pregnant.”
The OBGyn said that they would get a fetal heartbeat from the ultrasound.
“After the first ultrasound, they went into the second ultrasound and I said, “Oh my god, you’re going to give birth to a baby that’s stillborn?
“She said she was “in disbelief.
“All of a sudden I’m like, ‘What do I do now?'” “
The OB-GN said, they have to do it again and they’re not sure how long it will take,” she added.
“All of a sudden I’m like, ‘What do I do now?'”
She went to the emergency department and said she had miscarried again.
She was placed on a breathing machine, and then told she had the miscarriage.
“He said, you have to come to the ICUP because you’re in the middle of the night and you’re dehydrated,” she recounted.
“Because the fetal heartbeat was there, I went into labor and they had me at the hospital.”
She was admitted to the NICU for a week, and after two weeks she gave birth to their daughter, who weighed 5 pounds, 4 ounces.
“There was a big hole in my stomach,” she stated.
“We lost her for good because I couldn.
I couldn,’t eat or drink.
“This is what you’re doing to the baby?” “
Her heart rate was high,” she noted.
“This is what you’re doing to the baby?”
“The doctors told me they had a chance,” she replied.
“Why don’t you just go home?”
The OBGYN said that it could not do it, because she had a preeclampsia and the pregnancy was in the second half of the third trimester when she was at risk of having a miscarriage because of preeclampias.
“If I go home, I would have the baby,” she insisted.
“To be honest with you, I am a very strict person.
I would never do anything that would put a baby in danger,” she concluded.
She explained that if a pregnancy could