Grace was born prematurely at 33wks on 10/24/2016, weighing 4.12 pounds. She immediately was a fighter, as she was a survivor of her mother suffering and Amniotic Fluid Embolism (AFE), a very rare condition that remains an unpreventable, unpredictable and often-fatal complication of pregnancy. During what's called the first phase; characterized by rapid respiratory failure and cardiac arrest, most fatalities from AFE occur during the first phase. AFE is so rare, most medical professionals learn of it only in textbooks. The statistics around the incidence of AFE vary; recent research suggests that the estimated incidence of AFE is 2.5 in every 100,000 births or 1 in 40,000 deliveries in North America Mortality rates of infants still in the womb during...
December 03rd, 2018
February 13th, 2018
I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has stopped to read Graces story and for those who...
Praying for new beginings
February 02nd, 2018
Well Grace is in count recovery, however, Grace has been doing great. Anytime she seems up to it, I try...
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