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My Story by Casalindal(f): 9:03am On Oct 01
On this day 8 months ago I was fine and carrying a 25 week bump gracefully. I had a good pregnancy, the only complaint from my Dr was my "uterus” had just finished a bowl of porridge yam when I felt "wet". I thought I peed on myself, went to the bathroom and discovered I was bleeding. We dialed 911 and that evening started the most terrifying journey of my life. I got to the hospital, God bless the paramedics. An ultrasound showed I had a total placenta abruption. The rush started to save my life. The baby's life was not priority. I was bleeding profusely. I said a prayer, told God to accept my soul if this was the end The drs told me they would do their best for the baby but because she was only 25weeks old, they didn't have the facility to care for her there. They had a level II NICU. If the baby makes it, she would have to be airlifted to a level IV NICU. 11.48 pm, I gave birth to a baby girl at 25 weeks 4 days. Sh weighed 748grams. She was the tiniest human I had ever seen. When they showed her to me, I kept asking "where is she". They tried intubating her 9 times before they got it right. Her vocal chord was damaged in the process. The travel team came to airlift her to another province but told me they were not sure she would make the flight. She was very fragile. It was a 2hours flight. Those were the longest 2hours of my life. I cried and cried. I prayed till I had not words to pray. I was in agony. I had no power to make things right. I knew this was all in God's hands. The call came, she made it. Next day I was airlifted to join her. Everything looked like a movie. Been in a ambulance, wheeled on a stretcher into an air ambulance. Wow. Mid air my oxygen saturation dropped and they had to put me on Oxygen. Oh boy, nothing like a good medical facility and also having money to sort your bill or afford them. The NICU journey is not one you would wish on anyone. It drains you emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually and all the "allys" you can think of. The uncertainty that lies ahead tears at every shred of strength you have. The nurses call it a "rollercoaster period". I sat helplessly watching my baby in the isolette, I watched through everytime her heartbeat drops and I couldn't do anything. I would cry everytime, I cried till I would start hyperventilating. If there was a crying competition, I would have been the winner with no opposition. One day, the nurses asked me if I would like to hold her. I was so scared of holding her, I was scared of hurting this tiny baby God gave me.I kept asking them if it was safe. I finally held her, it was a beautiful moment. I held my baby and prayed. Begged God to please save her. See guys you all night think I’m one hell of attention seeker all what have not, but true be told I have seen the good and the bad side of life. I will forever remain grateful to God and my loving husband for this journey and his support also To some of you guys here who has taken time to reach out with your kind words I totally appreciate everyone. I have had my fair share of life and trust me there were sometime not always pleasant.

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Re: My Story by Linzbreezy(m): 9:09am On Oct 01
God is great

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Re: My Story by iTroll: 9:09am On Oct 01
OK seen

Next!

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Re: My Story by Nobody: 9:12am On Oct 01
This is the most beautiful baby I have seen.

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Re: My Story by Kvng6464: 9:13am On Oct 01
Congrat miss,happy for ya

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Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 9:13am On Oct 01
Diariess:
This is the most beautiful baby I have seen.

Thank you dear
Re: My Story by Dundalk(m): 9:28am On Oct 01
Casalindal:


Thank you dear
Why are you fake promising.. Ehhhn.. Don't play with someone emotions in life..

You promise us something at end of the day you just vamute


Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 9:31am On Oct 01
Dundalk:

Why are you fake promising.. Ehhhn.. Don't play with someone emotions in life..

You promise us something at end of the day you just vamute



I didn’t stay mute I have picked my winners already and done the needful
Re: My Story by Dundalk(m): 9:32am On Oct 01
Casalindal:


I didn’t stay mute I have picked my winners already and done the needful
Okay thanks
Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 12:01pm On Oct 01
Kvng6464:
Congrat miss,happy for ya

Thanks
Re: My Story by Daniiel: 12:23pm On Oct 01
Casalindal:
On this day 8 months ago I was fine and carrying a 25 week bump gracefully. I had a good pregnancy, the only complaint from my Dr was my "uterus” had just finished a bowl of porridge yam when I felt "wet". I thought I peed on myself, went to the bathroom and discovered I was bleeding. We dialed 911 and that evening started the most terrifying journey of my life. I got to the hospital, God bless the paramedics. An ultrasound showed I had a total placenta abruption. The rush started to save my life. The baby's life was not priority. I was bleeding profusely. I said a prayer, told God to accept my soul if this was the end The drs told me they would do their best for the baby but because she was only 25weeks old, they didn't have the facility to care for her there. They had a level II NICU. If the baby makes it, she would have to be airlifted to a level IV NICU. 11.48 pm, I gave birth to a baby girl at 25 weeks 4 days. Sh weighed 748grams. She was the tiniest human I had ever seen. When they showed her to me, I kept asking "where is she". They tried intubating her 9 times before they got it right. Her vocal chord was damaged in the process. The travel team came to airlift her to another province but told me they were not sure she would make the flight. She was very fragile. It was a 2hours flight. Those were the longest 2hours of my life. I cried and cried. I prayed till I had not words to pray. I was in agony. I had no power to make things right. I knew this was all in God's hands. The call came, she made it. Next day I was airlifted to join her. Everything looked like a movie. Been in a ambulance, wheeled on a stretcher into an air ambulance. Wow. Mid air my oxygen saturation dropped and they had to put me on Oxygen. Oh boy, nothing like a good medical facility and also having money to sort your bill or afford them. The NICU journey is not one you would wish on anyone. It drains you emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually and all the "allys" you can think of. The uncertainty that lies ahead tears at every shred of strength you have. The nurses call it a "rollercoaster period". I sat helplessly watching my baby in the isolette, I watched through everytime her heartbeat drops and I couldn't do anything. I would cry everytime, I cried till I would start hyperventilating. If there was a crying competition, I would have been the winner with no opposition. One day, the nurses asked me if I would like to hold her. I was so scared of holding her, I was scared of hurting this tiny baby God gave me.I kept asking them if it was safe. I finally held her, it was a beautiful moment. I held my baby and prayed. Begged God to please save her. See guys you all night think I’m one hell of attention seeker all what have not, but true be told I have seen the good and the bad side of life. I will forever remain grateful to God and my loving husband for this journey and his support also To some of you guys here who has taken time to reach out with your kind words I totally appreciate everyone. I have had my fair share of life and trust me there were sometime not always pleasant.

thanks be to God dear ... anytime I see ur username I go just dey laff (drama queen).
Re: My Story by chinchonglee(m): 12:25pm On Oct 01
Am happy for u finally

But why all dose NL feminist kon dey beef u that time?

I thought ur husband has left u?



By the way.
I give loans short-term loans.
Just have collateral
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Re: My Story by SavageResponse(m): 12:36pm On Oct 01
Daniiel:


thanks be to God dear ... anytime I see ur username I go just dey laff (drama queen).

grin
Re: My Story by iDavidTC(m): 1:11pm On Oct 01
Casalindal:
On this day 8 months ago I was fine and carrying a 25 week bump gracefully. I had a good pregnancy, the only complaint from my Dr was my "uterus” had just finished a bowl of porridge yam when I felt "wet". I thought I peed on myself, went to the bathroom and discovered I was bleeding. We dialed 911 and that evening started the most terrifying journey of my life. I got to the hospital, God bless the paramedics. An ultrasound showed I had a total placenta abruption. The rush started to save my life. The baby's life was not priority. I was bleeding profusely. I said a prayer, told God to accept my soul if this was the end The drs told me they would do their best for the baby but because she was only 25weeks old, they didn't have the facility to care for her there. They had a level II NICU. If the baby makes it, she would have to be airlifted to a level IV NICU. 11.48 pm, I gave birth to a baby girl at 25 weeks 4 days. Sh weighed 748grams. She was the tiniest human I had ever seen. When they showed her to me, I kept asking "where is she". They tried intubating her 9 times before they got it right. Her vocal chord was damaged in the process. The travel team came to airlift her to another province but told me they were not sure she would make the flight. She was very fragile. It was a 2hours flight. Those were the longest 2hours of my life. I cried and cried. I prayed till I had not words to pray. I was in agony. I had no power to make things right. I knew this was all in God's hands. The call came, she made it. Next day I was airlifted to join her. Everything looked like a movie. Been in a ambulance, wheeled on a stretcher into an air ambulance. Wow. Mid air my oxygen saturation dropped and they had to put me on Oxygen. Oh boy, nothing like a good medical facility and also having money to sort your bill or afford them. The NICU journey is not one you would wish on anyone. It drains you emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually and all the "allys" you can think of. The uncertainty that lies ahead tears at every shred of strength you have. The nurses call it a "rollercoaster period". I sat helplessly watching my baby in the isolette, I watched through everytime her heartbeat drops and I couldn't do anything. I would cry everytime, I cried till I would start hyperventilating. If there was a crying competition, I would have been the winner with no opposition. One day, the nurses asked me if I would like to hold her. I was so scared of holding her, I was scared of hurting this tiny baby God gave me.I kept asking them if it was safe. I finally held her, it was a beautiful moment. I held my baby and prayed. Begged God to please save her. See guys you all night think I’m one hell of attention seeker all what have not, but true be told I have seen the good and the bad side of life. I will forever remain grateful to God and my loving husband for this journey and his support also To some of you guys here who has taken time to reach out with your kind words I totally appreciate everyone. I have had my fair share of life and trust me there were sometime not always pleasant.


I totally got you misconstrued. My apologies

Your baby is cute
Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 4:16pm On Oct 01
lightangel65i:
We don't give a fvck about your low self esteem, just check all the topics you have made, all attention seeking topics (stop sending me nudes, laycon used to pm me, am i cute) WTF we have had it , you are trash with low self esteem, stop flooding our boards with a poorly made story excuse for a life, trash are meant to be trash so take your baby and fvck off

Sending you love and light
Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 4:24pm On Oct 01
iDavidTC:



I totally got you misconstrued. My apologies

Your baby is cute

Thanks
Re: My Story by Samorobo2: 3:50pm On Oct 02
Lol I didn't even bother reading the minute I saw it was you @ casalinda..you are an ardent clout chaser... attention seeking mofo..
Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 1:48am On Oct 07
Samorobo2:
Lol I didn't even bother reading the minute I saw it was you @ casalinda..you are an ardent clout chaser... attention seeking mofo..

Light and love
Re: My Story by ongback: 2:15am On Oct 07
I can't believe that I read the full story before checking the name of the op. This op is a deranged clown, a wayward psychopath, I'm sure she is a secret daughter of Lai lie Mohammed and Lauretta Onochie.

Just few days ago this mentally-unbalanced-attention-seeking-clown posted a nonsense thread, the misandrist stated that she is receiving death threats from other male forum members because she asked them to stop sending her nude pics. The yabaleft patient even stated in that post that she was in her 3rd trimester.

Re: My Story by Casalindal(f): 11:11am On Oct 07
ongback:
I can't believe that I read the full story before checking the name of the op. This op is a deranged clown, a wayward psychopath, I'm sure she is a secret daughter of Lai lie Mohammed and Lauretta Onochie.

Just few days ago this mentally-unbalanced-attention-seeking-clown posted a nonsense thread, the misandrist stated that she is receiving death threats from other male forum members because she asked them to stop sending her nude pics. The yabaleft patient even stated in that post that she was in her 3rd trimester.

Read and understand. I was on my third trimester at the time of getting death threats. Secondly if you have been following my thread maturely you will know that I have had a thread here early this year on nude I keep getting from Nairaland men here. I choice to make a complaint official and you here chewing all this You guys seem not to understand the full meaning of clout chase. Well I don’t blame you that is the only big grammar you know. Love and light

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