Not all stories are as happy as Rosèlene’s, Ogenie’s, Marise’s, and Anne’s.
Solove is another mother currently at the NICU, whose first baby died after she gave birth at home. When she got pregnant again, after her first child’s tragic death, she instinctively knew something was different about this pregnancy. At her local clinic, which has minimal equipment and supplies, and only a few staff, they told her she was carrying twins. The clinic referred her to SBH to give birth, concerned that if anything went wrong during the delivery they would not have the capacity to provide the care she needed. So, when Solove started going into premature labor she rushed to the hospital, where she soon learned it was not twins, but triplets! Sadly, one of the three babies did not survive birth. But Solove’s two surviving babies are getting the intensive care that they need now to survive and hopefully thrive.
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