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permanent damage

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brokenk Sun 31-Mar-13 07:42:23

So Im slowly coming to conclusion
I had been damaged during the birth of my baby 2 years and 2months ago
and after corrective op things got even worst
I can not even seat with out pain or walk fast play with my kid

how Im supouse to live now
I wont be a women ever again
they damaged me that badly that I wont be able have sex again
the hospital didnt took responsiblities(apart from sayin sorry) or any consequences for destroying my life health happy matherhood
But their sorry is not really enough for destroying my life
what is the most sad about thath they dont even have curage to try make things better for me
they didnt even offer to send me for futhure treatment or
they "broke" me why they dont have curage to try to fix it

brokenk Sun 31-Mar-13 08:02:37

I had to spend hundreds of pounds on different doctors medications special remedies which didnt work
I had to spend one year from two of my bayby life at doctors hospitals screeming with pain etc
insted of being happy mum

and they said sorry
they DIDNT EVEN HAD CURAGE TO TELL ME STRAIT AWAY
SORRY THERE WERE COMPLICATINS..WE HAD DAMAGED YOU

I had to found that by my self two years later

The most scary thing is I would be a happy healthy women if only I could be in hospital on time and have cs

But I was Not

brokenk Sun 31-Mar-13 08:02:59

I had to spend hundreds of pounds on different doctors medications special remedies which didnt work
I had to spend one year from two of my bayby life at doctors hospitals screeming with pain etc
insted of being happy mum

and they said sorry
they DIDNT EVEN HAD CURAGE TO TELL ME STRAIT AWAY
SORRY THERE WERE COMPLICATINS..WE HAD DAMAGED YOU

I had to found that by my self two years later

The most scary thing is I would be a happy healthy women if only I could be in hospital on time and have cs

But I was Not

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