What I think is the most likely cause of the leak is because she had a period of minimal diet for sickness before her conception and had infection just before this weekend, the amniotic sac has formed with defects.
and you're planning to use that information simply on faith. It's unethical.healing a pregnant woman's womb
I am desperate to help his partner to have a healthy childbirth
Bracken wrote:Dai, doctors aren't allowed to practise without a massive amount of study and experience.
It doesn't sound from your post that you are either a doctor or a person with any experience in this area.
Honestly, when you say,What I think is the most likely cause of the leak is because she had a period of minimal diet for sickness before her conception and had infection just before this weekend, the amniotic sac has formed with defects.
aren't you just guessing?
It's unethical, Dai. You're asking for healers here to give you a crash course onand you're planning to use that information simply on faith. It's unethical.healing a pregnant woman's womb
Be a good friend to them. Wish them well. If they need practical help, give it. Take them cups of tea. Bring them flasks of soup. Water their plants and walk the dog. Light a candle for them if you like and send them your love. Don't promise that you can heal something that you know nothing about. It's not on.
Have I got it wrong?
katie bridgewater wrote:In my experience, Doctors do not turn their backs on women who are at risk of miscarriage. They treat if they can, and if not, they usually tell the woman gently that she needs to go home, rest up and wait. That they have given her antibiotics would indicate that they know that that might help and they they are doing something. If they are certain that she will miscarry, they will tell her to let them know when the inevitable starts. If they do not know the progonisis, they will just say to wait and take things easy. At 13 weeks, if the pregnancy fails, they may operate, but this they cannot do until they are certain that that the pregnancy will not continue. A doctor who 'abandons' a miscarrying woman is not a good doctor. I have never met such a doctor in this field myself. If this is the case here, your friend needs a different doctor.
You must bear in mind are interpreting your friend's interpretation of the doctors words. And bear in mind that your friend is in distress and is hoping above hope that something will work out so that he will not have to watch his partner go through another loss. And bear in mind that he will be wanting the doctor to save his baby, and wanting a reason or someone to blame if this doesn't happen. And if the doctors can't, he will be hoping that someone will have a magic solution that will save the day. Trust me on this one. I know.
There are many things that cannot be fixed. This is tragic, distressing and painful. At such times people turn to alternatives, but in reality, there is often nothing that could have changed an outcome in a case like this. She may go on to have a baby, or she may not. The outcome is probably already sealed. The doctors have not abandoned her. They just know that there is nothing that can be done one way or the other with the knowledge and tools at their disposal.
By all means offer alternative 'therapies'. But don't promise anything, and remember the fragility of your friends at this time. And don't encourage the idea that doctors will abandon their patients. Should they go on to have a baby either this time or another, it is better if they are open to the proven ability of the medical profession to help, rather than feeling suspicious and afraid.
Aigeann wrote:I will keep you all in my prayers for the highest good and best possible outcome for ALL involved.
I do feel, though (and I state this with gentle lovingness) that sometimes things are ultimately for the best. Even when we at the time thing it is all the worst that could possibly happen.
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