" my sad experience at birth"

About: Royal Lancaster Infirmary / Maternity care

(as the patient),

i went to the royal lancaster infirmary on july 07 to have my daughter by c-section, i was a high risk pregnancy, she was being delivered by section because she was breech and large. i was sent home on the 11th and was told i would be delivered on the 13 july 07 as they had overbooked theatre on the 11th. i went back on the 13th and was about to go down to theatre when i was told by a sonographer that my daughter had died. they looked for a heartbeat for over 30 mins. she was born on the 16th july 07 the cord was wrapped around her neck.her name is taylor. if they had never sent me home be wouldnt writing this. if i was such a high risk pregnancy why did they send me home??? i have many questions.

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Thank you for sharing your story on Patient Opinion. These things are just so hard to bear, it must have been a such terrible time - I can quite understand that you have many questions. I wondered if you had thought about contacting the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) at Lancaster Royal. PALS staff are there to help patients, answer questions and deal with complaints so they may be able to give you some answers. You can contact them on Lancaster Royal PALS on 01539 795812 or email them at pals@rli.mbht.nhs.uk You may also find it useful to discuss things with your GP as this often helps. And if you are not aware of them already UK-SANDS is a self help organisation run by people who have been through the terrible experience of loosing a baby at or soon after birth. Do get back in touch if you think Patient Opinion can help further.
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