In the name of Allah; the Merciful; the Compassionate - بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَـٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ
May the peace, mercy, and blessings of Allah be with you - السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
I was about to get ready to go to my parents house for iftar, when I had bleeding while having shower. Quickly I called my husband and he hurried me to go to the hospital. By the time I got my things packed the bleeding continued. I was sure I lost quite a lot of blood. I felt the the baby is getting harder, but I calmly told my husband who was driving that my tummy is cramp. Then he started drive like a formula one racer. He looked panic and rushed me to enter the hospital when he saw blood all over the seat after I got out of the car.
The admission was quick in the emergency ward, before I was took to the monitoring assessment room. While we were waiting for the wheelchair my husband showed his impatience again. I know at this moment time is precious. The same thing happen at the reception of assessment room. But once I was in the bed in that room everything seem in a flash. My baby heart beat getting weaker. There is no contraction but my tummy started pain. Doctors rushed in and decided to go to the theater. I have no time to think because they pushed me as soon the doctor decided. I held my husband's hand and told him I can barely feel anything. I run out off my breath by the time I was pushed to the theater.
"How is your pain?", I heard a midwife asked me when I realised that I was in the recovery room.
"What happen?", I asked her. She said that my baby placenta was bleeding and came out of my uterus wall. Then my husband came in and told me the baby is alright but taken to the Special Care Neonatal. Subhana Allah, I felt like it was my second dream. This is what happen to me five years ago with Muja and it happen again but slightly different. Alhamdulillah.
Alhamdulillah, Muja's little sister was born 4 week earlier last Sunday, 23 of Ramadhan at 2:53 pm. She was 2430g and 47 cm long, masha Allah. Alhamdulillah is is recovering well in the Special Care Nursery. Insha Allah, I was hoping to take her home before Eid.
Please say masha Allah when you see her pictures.