Cette mère donne naissance à une fille morte-née à 16 semaines de grossesse et partage les photos déchirantes de leurs adieux.

Une mère affligée a partagé des images déchirantes du corps sans vie de son bébé dans le but d'encourager les femmes à parler de la "perte solitaire" de fausses couches et de mort fœtale.

Justine Zampogna, 28 ans, de Perth, en Australie, a décidé de mettre fin à sa grossesse sur l'avis du médecin, car le cerveau de son bébé avait cessé de croître. Selon le médecin, le fœtus n’a pas eu la chance de survivre.

Le médecin lui a dit que si elle décidait de poursuivre la grossesse, le risque de décès du bébé était de 99% quelques heures après la naissance.

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You will always be my most favorite “what if” {journal entry 4 YOUR BIRTH ✨} _ *Please know mamas. This journey for me is just as much beautiful as it is heartbreaking... And this is why I have chosen to share our little story. Yes it is so real and so raw and maybe confronting for some of you. But when I was confronted with having to terminate my bubba, I couldn’t find any relatable stories written by other mamas when I really needed it. So it made me realise that this should be more of a reason as to why I should share this type of birth. I want other mamas out there to know just how beautiful and healing these births can be. And to not fear just how precious our tiny babies are even at such a young gestation…. - Gigi Rose 🌹 I woke up on the 27th of August 2018 And started my day like I would any other ... Chase running into us with the biggest smile on his face and jumping in our bed for cuddles. - I held onto him a little tighter on this morning and had tears running down my face . He said to me you alright mama? It’s a beautiful day! ✨ - And he was right it was going to be a beautiful day, we were about to meet our angel baby and get the closure that we truly needed… ✨ It absolutely broke my heart that I would be returning home without her but my husband helped me with my mindset from the second we woke up. I gave Chase and my little sister Patrice a big hug and kiss goodbye - reassuring them that I would be home in time to tuck Chase into bed . And I hopped in to the car with who Ty calls my birthing dream team (which I agree) him & my mum. - When arriving to the hospital I had to go straight to admissions before getting my file and told to go to “Ward 6” the ward you go to to be induced to terminate your baby. wow this was so much to process… ................................................................................................. “We returned home just in time for me to tuck Chase into bed. I shared an extra special story with him that night... How his baby sister was safe in the stars and how lucky we were to have our very own angel watching over us forever.” - Full birth story and video link in bio. ✨

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Elles allaient donc provoquer le travail après avoir pris des médicaments et donner naissance à leur bébé à seulement 16 semaines de gestation.

Zampogna a raconté son parcours difficile dans un blog sur la maternité, dans l’espoir d’exprimer ses sentiments et, ce faisant, de laisser les autres personnes en train de vivre une expérience similaire.

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The sweetest little gift Our precious Gigi ✨ - Today is international pregnancy and infant loss day. 👼 - Sadly 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage in Australia each year and approximately 3000 babies are either still born or die within the first 28 days after birth....... - I never thought I would be one of those statistics... I take comfort in knowing that I am not alone and want you to know that neither are you. 💕 - Let’s continue to speak about our angel bubbas forever and always. After all they have not only been a huge part of our lives, they have intensified just how beautiful motherhood truly is to us ✨ - Lighting a candle tonight for all of our sweet angels and thinking of all you strong mamas that have experienced this loss too. #waveoflight #internationalwaveoflight #ourlittlegigi

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    "Je crois que donner naissance est un véritable effort spirituel et après tout, j’avais l’impression que nous méritions nous aussi notre précieuse" histoire de naissance "."

La mère attristée a raconté son histoire en détail et l'a accompagnée d'images déchirantes après avoir réalisé à quel point peu de gens parlent de la perte d'un bébé.

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Thank you my angel baby ... ✨ {journal entry 3 - 1 month today} - “What an absolute gift this last 5 months has been ... a fucken’ intense gift, but this is life ... and as you would have heard before it is what we do with these crucibles that make all of the difference “✨ - This was the journey that we were given and although our hearts are longing for her, I know with every bit of me that one day her little soul will come back to us. And the more I have healed and truly accepted this it has made me realise that I would have rathered known her for that short 4 months of growing her than not at all... - Maybe I was her little vessel and I understand now I really really needed her too... - The night of finding out that we had lost her my husband and I were having a shower, he held me tight and said “Juss you need to stop with the what if’s this happened to you for a very special reason... so that you can truly understand all aspects of pregnancy, birth and motherhood to help others - you now not only know the miraculously beautiful side, you also now know the loss and heart break.” At first this didn’t make sense to me... - But now I get it - he is right - maybe this is my crucible in all of this ✨ - I never truly understood it when women would come to me through my hypnobirthing business asking for guidance who have gone through what I am going through right now... and I get it now - it’s fucken hard! But this journey can be just as beautiful as it is hard if we allow it to be. And I now understand all of that... and all of this is thanks to my angel baby. 🙏👼 #birthwithoutfear #positivebirthmovement #captureyourgrief

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    Nous devons chérir chaque instant que nous avons avec nos proches, car nous ne savons jamais combien de temps nous avons. Zampogna le savait et faisait de son mieux dans les circonstances.

Zampogna était pleine d'illusions avec son petit enfant qu'elle avait déjà nommé Gia, ce qui signifierait «un cadeau de Dieu».

La jeune femme et son mari Ty, qui sont ensemble depuis l'âge de 16 ans, ont eu leur premier enfant, Chase, en janvier 2016 et ont commencé à essayer d'avoir un deuxième enfant en avril 2018.

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In this very moment my waters broke and I knew I was only minutes away from birthing our angel baby to this song, her song. It randomly came on shuffle in that exact moment and it was so breathtakingly beautiful👼 - Yes this was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do but this moment for me was really fucken’ special and I am SO PROUD of it!✨ - But one of the craziest things I have learnt from sharing my story, is that so many women feel as though they can’t share theirs or speak of their babies simply because they never made it earth side….... - But I want those mamas to know... That you absolutely can to your family, to your friends, to acquaintances, to whoever it may be… talk about them forever and for always because do you know what not only is it so unbelievably healing sharing their story & still hearing others say there name but they will always be a huge part of our life and defining who it is that we are today... How special is that! They have intensified the beauty of motherhood to us and shown us just how precious it truly is Xxx We are so blessed to have been given this gift ✨ #angelmama - P.s I am so grateful that my mum captured these precious moments for me.. it wasn’t until last week I learnt that they were live - and was able to put together the sweetest little birth video even of Ty cutting her sweet little umbilical cord #GRATEFUL #ourlittlegigi #alossisstillaloss #anecephalyawareness P.p.s I have shared an IG Live on this subject - seriously I’m very passionate about it 🙈👆🏼#captureyourgrief

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Mais son scan de 14 semaines a révélé que «Gigi» souffrait d'anencéphalie, un défaut fatal du tube neural, ce qui fait que si un bébé arrive à terme, il ne peut survivre que quelques heures, comme l'avaient prévenu les médecins.

Nous devons chérir chaque instant que nous avons avec nos proches, car nous ne savons jamais combien de temps nous avons. Zampogna le savait et faisait de son mieux dans les circonstances.

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Preparing for your birth✨👼{journal entry 2. A week ago today✨} - “As I sit here writing, I have tears running down my face. Not because I am sad but because our birth story is so heartbreakingly beautiful. Preparing for your birth involved an incredible amount of strength. I mean In only 5 days I had to accept that you were no longer ever going to be mine earth side and that no matter what I had to be induced and give birth (“terminate”) to you because of your condition. “ - But I am sharing this because by the end of it all the preparation and birth itself was so unbelievably empowering.I felt so connected to my body and to my baby who I had accepted was buzzing around me, it gave me the closure to allow me to start healing and If I can help at least one mama through this challenging time of their life than I am happy. - During my preparation I could not find any information that was real, raw and relatable - only scientific. - So I trusted what I knew through my knowledge of being a hypnobirthing companion, having the most empowering and beautiful birth experience with my son and a huge belief that childbirth is a deeply spiritual endeavour, where our senses as women are at their sharpest, mainly our intuition and connection.. - Only this time it was going to be a little different. I had to be induced And two days before you are given a pill called mifepristone which basically stops your placenta from working. (Honestly that moment when I took that pill, has to be the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my whole entire life.) - I then couldn’t stop thinking about how it on average could take anywhere from 4 – 24 hours to birth bubba after induction. - But in that moment of taking that pill it all made so much sense to me... - If I didn’t let go of her then *because heartbreakingly I knew that in any moment she was going to be in the stars and no longer have a heart beat. Then our birth was going to be extremely long and painful for me. Because ultimately there wasn’t going to be any alignment with my body, mind and spirit if I was still holding onto her physically and not in my heart. {Rest in comments...} #positivebirthmovement

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Malgré la décision difficile de choisir le moindre de deux maux, à la semaine 16, Zampogna a choisi de prendre une pilule qui empêcherait le placenta de fonctionner et provoquerait l'accouchement précoce de son bébé.

Le 27 août 2018, elle a été amenée à accoucher et, après l'accouchement, les infirmières ayant veillé à ce que tout soit sous contrôle, les parents ont pu rester près du petit corps de leur petite fille et vivre les premiers et derniers moments de « Gigi ”dans ce monde.

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My New Normal... ✨{journal entry 1} - And just like that she was gone... Not inside me - nor in my arms. I know she will always be my angel and I can feel her buzzing around me. But I can’t help but feel empty and I feel as though this - The emptiness is what takes the longest to heal and may not fully ever, because they were once ours in our physical life whether they made it earth side or not & I don’t know if anything could ever fill that void... but maybe that’s what’s so special... Deeply & eternally I don’t think we ever want their special void to be filled✨ - After leaving the hospital and getting home... what I found the most profound thing about loss is that time doesn’t stop for anyone - and that clock keeps on ticking... I mean your whole life has been turned upside down in the blink of an eye and everyone else is straight back to doing them - even the closest people to you. It’s fucken’ hard! - So for all those beautiful women on the same/similar journey to me right now, asking what it is that I have been doing to get through... - I honour all of my emotions by living in the now... ‘no time for what ifs, only what is!’ I have accepted one of the hardest things, that life won’t be the same “normal” like before... - This is now my new normal....and it will take some time to get used to, but it will be just as beautiful🙌🏻✨Jz xxx #hotsocks #loveandlight #positivehealing #ourlittlegigi #Anencephalyawareness #womensupportwomen #angelbabygigi #captureyourgrief

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UNE MERE VOIT SES ENFANTS MOURIR LES UNS APRES LES AUTRES

Mais rien n’aurait pu avertir Sophie Smith, âgée de 48 ans, de Sydney, en Australie, jusqu’à la dernière minute, quand elle et son mari, Ash, ont appris que ses triplés n’avaient que très peu de chances de survivre au-delà de quelques semaines.

Moins d'un mois après l'accouchement, Sophie a vu ses bébés mourir l'un après l'autre.

Elle avait de la chance d’avoir à ses côtés un mari dévoué à ses côtés et ils ont réussi à avoir deux enfants en bonne santé après cette perte, avant que la tragédie ne frappe de nouveau et ne réclame la vie de Ash.

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