An ultrasound technician had just told Rachel Tittle that she was carrying a baby girl when things went terribly wrong.
She was 20 weeks pregnant at the time and couldn’t wait to become a mother. That’s when a doctor walked into her examination room and delivered the news that still haunts her six years later.
“They told me my baby’s abdomen was full of fluid — and if nothing changed very soon, it was going to stop her heart,” Tittle told The Washington Post, recalling the 2011 incident. “It was a horrible, horrible experience.”
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