Massive Pulmonary Haemorrhage

4:40 pm

Forgive me for the brutal title, but that's it. The cause of death, Massive Pulmonary Haemorrhage.
We don't know why, and never will. There was no evidence of any infection or anything else for that matter. Her heart,brain,everything were perfectly normal. There was some evidence of damage due to being ressusitated for five hours,but nothing more.
She was our beautiful girl, and then she died. Life is random. (and sometimes shit.)

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33 comments

  1. It just makes no sense does it? At least you know now, but what comfort you can gain from the knowledge I honestly don't know. Life is at times, just incredible unfair. :(

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  2. I'm so sorry the pm didn't bring you any real answers :-(

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  3. Hugs Jeanette. More condolences and love to you all. No sense at all.

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  4. (((Hugs))) Jeanette, words seem so pointless atm.
    xx

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  5. It just seems so unfair. Sending you lots and lots of HUGS!

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  6. Sending love as always xxx

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  7. i am glad you have an answer to how, even if you will never know why. And that it was not "Mothers Fault".

    Thinking of you and your family...

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  8. No closure really, is it? I hope you had some support from the people you saw today,
    Love to you all,
    x Souad

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  9. no words will ease your pain.hope you and your family have a peaceful christmas.

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  10. Thinking of you all and hoping the new year will bring you at least some peace ...

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  11. Well, finally you know!

    And the "best" fact is - there is nothing you could have done to prevent it, no hospital birth (instead of staying at home), no other behavior whatsoever...

    And yes, fate sometimes sucks...
    Thniking of you and your family sooo very often. I really was waiting with you to finally have those results!

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  12. Love and (((hugs))) especially over this family time

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  13. oh sweetie, you have been much on my mind today anyway, but even more so when I read your blog. Sending huge amounts of love xx

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  14. oh Jeanette (((hugs)))

    at least it's an answer of sorts even if you still don't know the 'why' you know that there was nothing you could have predicted about it or done differently.

    5 months is a long time to wait (((hugs)))

    I was reading today of someone who always lays an empty place at their Christmas dinner table to remind them of the loved ones who aren't there - it made me think of you.

    xxx

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  15. My poor love, I know how much the answers from this post mortem meant to bring you closer to an understanding of what happened. this is so very difficult for you all.

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  16. At least now you know. Not much comfort but....

    I hope you have a loving, family Christmas with Woody and the kids xxx

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  17. (((hugs))) Jeanette xx

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  18. no words really, just thinking of you, e*
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  19. So very very sorry Jeanette, can't think of anything else too say:(
    San xx

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  20. No rhymme nor reason...and it is so unthinkably unfair

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  21. Oh Jeanette,

    I'm sorry. I cannot think of anything else I can say in the face of this. I'm so very sorry.

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  22. i am so sorry that an answer such as this offers no comfort, just furthers the sense of just how unfair it is... so, very sorry.

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  23. Jeanette, no words I can express at the moment except sorry that the PM couldn't give you more answers.
    Love and many hugs

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  24. (((Hugs))). Great big hugs.

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  25. Much love to you all. Each and every day xxx

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  26. Oh Jeanette, it's not your fault....it never could have been.

    I'm so sorry there wasn't much comfort in the pm results. I suppose nothing they found would really have been any comfort would it? It's outrageous you had to wait so long to find this out.

    Thinking of you all XXX

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  27. I was so hoping you would get an answer that would offer you some peace and closure.

    I'm so sorry, Jeanette. I'm just so sorry that this is your story, that it's Florence's story.

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  28. I'm so sorry.
    I'm so, so sorry that your beautiful girl died and that the post mortem didn't bring you any real answers as to why.
    Life is horribly, horribly unfair sometimes. xo

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  29. As if there is anything I could say to you in this moment. As ever, you are on my mind and in my heart. I think of you often. ~marissa (naomi's mommy on tbw)

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  30. Huge huge hugs. I'm so so sorry the pm results didn't give more of an explanation. Life is really crap sometimes. Thinking of all of you
    Lizzy xxxx

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  31. Jeanette I'm sorry the PM results gave a finding which isn't really a "real" answer as to why Florence died. Very sad that it took such a long time to get this far. Thinking of all of you xx

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  32. I am so sorry. I am sorry Florence died. And I'm sorry that the results simply leave more questions. It's simply not fair.

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