Premature not once but twice: One mum's learnings after two premmie births

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 20 September 2018

23 mins

Having a baby at 26 weeks once is shocking enough.

Dr Morgan Anslow went through the distress of having her first baby prematurely, and then went on to have a second premmie baby roughly three years later.

Morgan describes what it’s like to have a premature labour , how her experience as a doctor couldn't have prepared her for the experience, and coping with leaving her babies in neonatal intensive care unit when she left hospital. 

Click through to find out more about the Miracle Babies Foundation  and the Miracle Moon Walk.

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