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PostSubject: Possibly Switched at Birth   Sun 21 Oct 2012, 1:31 pm

This is not to scare any expectant moms or mommies to be. I came across this in another forum. Couldn't post because I'm not a member there but can read the posts and responses. I posted word for word (quoted) what the OP posted highlighted in blue. What would you do if you found yourself in this situation? I'm not going to say what I would do until after everyone has had a chance to respond.

I sometimes worry my son was swapped at birth.

"I do believe he's biologically mine but there was time I questioned if he was. When he was born via c/section almost 2 years ago he had to be taken to NICU (only for 30mins) to have his lungs suctioned because they were still very full of fluid.

I was VERY doped up on pain killers and heavy asleep when he began to choke next to me, the nurse woke me to tell me she was taking him to NICU and I barely remember saying anything and fell back asleep (this was only about 11hours after he was born) after a while I woke up started to panic because he was gone.

I asked the nurse and she brought him back then I realised something strange; He didn't have his blanket I gave him but a hospital blanket. I asked and the nurse said they must of changed it and she would look for his "first blanky" she never found it.

Then it got stranger... The nurses changed shift and a different nurse came in, she wrote down my "mothers ID" number and then checked DSs ID tag he had a different mother ID number but I had his baby ID number on my ID band.

Nothing was ever said they just changed the number and continued like it was normal.

Would that worry you? I do believe 100% that he's my son but well its kinda a possibility that he isn't.
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PostSubject: Re: Possibly Switched at Birth   Sun 21 Oct 2012, 3:46 pm

If I wasn't sure I would get a DNA test done.
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PostSubject: Re: Possibly Switched at Birth   Mon 22 Oct 2012, 11:50 am

I agree. DNA test for sure if I had any doubt. Similar thing happened to me, the whole drugged up thing. I don't recall holding my daughter after she was born (even though I have pics) and I was sick for quite a few hours after. But she looks like me 100% so no doubt here.
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