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Baby born at 22 weeks! Survived!!
nsteve posted:
I was in another board and someone posted this article about a baby that was born at 22 weeks and survived! Amazing story. There are pics too, so if you sensitive to that type of thing, you might not wanna look. But it gives a glimpse of what your baby looks like at 22 weeks. So tiny!
MsMollyMac responded:
What an amazing story! I couldn't imagine going through that.
Me: 26, DH: 30, DD: 3, new little one due 1-3-11
belle9164 responded:
Alicia (24) DH (26) EDD 11-11-10 it's a BOY! Mommy to 3 dogs and a cat
Korin81 responded:
Wow, that was a great story!
DS (23 Months) EDD 1/11/11
sliverfroggy responded:
That is amazing. She was so small and now she is 4 pounds. It is amazing what medicine can do these days. I agree with the last statement in the article about changing the time in Britain for abortions. I was googling something about using. paint the other night and a site for a medical clinic in PA said they do abortions up to 36 weeks. That is just absurd. Ok enough of my tangent.
carma929 responded:
Yes a baby can survive after being delivered at 22 weeks. My son is living proof. So please, if you are pregnant and having complications there is hope. You can visit my son's page and hear his story on a website called Just type in

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