So that people can report on things properly and not be seen as being a “scammer.”
Having been pregnant several times myself, the last one being possibly the most complex medical situation I have EVER been in (getting my stomach chopped up and intestines re-routed was a cakewalk compared to it), every one of the three “issues” Bill Schmalfeldt had here was a situation that came up in the simplest of my pregnancies. Within the space of a day, a pregnant woman is frequently found telling three different stories, sometimes more, if the doctors are uncertain what’s going on. All they are doing is using their poor unedjumakated brain to try and sort things out as they receive the information and tell their loved ones what’s going on.
But just so we are clear here, and how much BS BS is spewing, here’s a few little tidbits for you.
- Ultrasounds only give a window into what is going on inside the womb. Ultrasounds are frequently wrong (how many parents have been told their baby had a condition that was incompatible with life only to have a perfect baby delivered into their arms? Or vice versa?). And then there is the whole problem with the actual interpretation of the ultrasound. That’s a whole other ball of wax. Don’t get me started there!
- Things turn on a dime in the womb. Many women have lost babies in childbirth where one moment the baby was fine, but the next was in distress. Go to your doctor one day, have an ultrasound, everything is fine. Two days later, go into labor, baby is dead. It happens Every. Single. Day. Tragic, of course. A complete anomaly that is only seen one in a billion pregnancies? Yeah, not so much.
- Only this last issue Bill has would really make me question things. But then there’s a little phenomenon that goes on when there is more than one occupant in the womb. See, they are crowded in there. Really, really crowded. Sometimes you just can’t see all the parts on an ultrasound. And with fetal heart monitors, there’s a problem that frequently happens where one twin’s heartbeat is reflected in such a way that you hear it twice, missing the other’s heartbeat entirely. And you think both babies are just fine. Very frustrating when that happens.
Defendant Schmalfeldt obviously enjoys throwing a tizzy about things that he knows nothing about. Every one of his points of issue here is a perfectly logical response to something that a parent would be told by a doctor. Every single one. And actually, they are a logical progression of information, not three different stories. Point one leads to point two leads to point three. No inconsistencies at all.
And no, it’s not a pack of lies that he intruded into a family’s grief to DEMAND A DEATH CERTIFICATE. Or that he called law enforcement on them. His own words say otherwise. He did those things. Unlike things that he accuses me of. But I won’t go into that now. This blog isn’t about me after all.
Perhaps Defendant Schmalfeldt should check his premises. But that would take self-awareness. Oh well!