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The Things I Didn't Know About My Rainbow Baby

CN: pregnancy/infant loss October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. My first pregnancy ? eagerly anticipated, anxiously awaited ? ended, not in a birth, at least not in the kind of birth I intended. Instead of pacing the hospital floor counting the patterned breaths of Lamaze, belly round with life, I’d give birth, alone, paralyzed by general anesthesia, in a sterile operating room, where a man I’d met once, would vacuum my tiny baby from my body.
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