Ian HarkinModeratorFebruary 26, 2021 at 4:11 pmPost count: 9064
By Jenny Sinclair
Chelsea Pitman couldn’t talk. Couldn’t stop the heart-pounding, palm-sweating, limb-trembling response to her ultrasound. She was waiting for some of the best – or most brutal – news of her life. Would it be different to last time? Hurry up with the results. Quickly. No, stop. Stop, please. Breathe, Chelsea. Keep breathing.
When the news came, it was devastating. Chelsea had to say goodbye to the baby that had so briefly glimmered inside her. She shattered into a kaleidoscope of pieces, not knowing if she could ever glue herself back together again, in just the same way.
Two hours later she was rushed into surgery. The ectopic pregnancy – a medical emergency – had to end, but the surgeon cradled her dreams in his hands. Ahead lay the delicate task of trying to preserve her sole remaining fallopian tube, and with it, her hopes of ever conceiving a child.
Image: Chelsea PitmanIan HarkinModeratorFebruary 27, 2021 at 5:49 pmPost count: 9064
Wowee,the love I have felt since the @NetballScoop article yesterday. The amount of people contacting me with similar stories is overwhelming.Overwhelmingly in sadness but also beauty w Cinderella stories of finally becoming a parent.Thank you all for the support. It's immense🥰
— Chelsea Pitman (@ChelseaPitman) February 27, 2021AllieCParticipantFebruary 28, 2021 at 5:59 pmPost count: 103
Once again Jenny Sinclair and Netball Scoop doing an outstanding job in bringing these important stories to the public.Netball RocksParticipantMarch 2, 2021 at 11:02 amPost count: 8
Agree. Thanks to Chelsea for being so honest and for Jenny Sinclair for being such a talented writer and for Netball Scoop for being the best place to read about netball
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