‘Losing a child is traumatic but knowing it could have been prevented makes it worse’



He was her family doctor from since she was a baby, so when Jenny Hughes went to see her GP at the age of 18 suspecting she was pregnant and he told her to take two pills to confirm the pregnancy, she trusted him implicitly.
Jenny, 67, who lives in Heath Charnock, near Chorley, but was living in Scotland at the time in 1967, explains: “He had been my doctor since I was 15-months-old so of course, I fully trusted him.”
The test results confirmed Jenny was pregnant and soon after, she and her husband moved to Garstang, near Preston.
In December that year, Jenny gave birth to her first child... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 18
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