Thu 20 September 2018
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.
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