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From: Sandra Martin Davis (SandraMartin)8/9/16 8:45 PM 
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My daughter is 38 weeks pregnant and her baby has been diagnosed with potters syndrome and it has been hard on her as well as for myself. How does a grandparent help your daughter through this? I can't fix this. On the 14th of this month they will start her labor. I'm so scared for her.
 
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From: ~Michele~ (MicheleKS) Posted by host8/26/16 10:45 PM 
To: Sandra Martin Davis (SandraMartin)  (2 of 3) 
 4903.2 in reply to 4903.1 

I am very sorry I saw this too late.  We now all meet on the Facebook page called Potter's Syndrome Forum.  I hope your daughter is doing ok after the birth/loss of her baby.  The first year after the loss is the hardest, with each special date reminding her of her loss... Mother's Day, birthday, and first day of school etc.  Just always be there for her and let her know how much you love her always does help!

Hugs,

Michele

 

 

 

 


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From: Sandra Martin Davis (SandraMartin)9/2/16 6:06 PM 
To: ~Michele~ (MicheleKS) unread  (3 of 3) 
 4903.3 in reply to 4903.2 
Thank you. Its been very hard for us. Good and bad days.
 

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