When Angelique went into preterm labor at just seven months pregnant, she feared for the lives of the babies she had yet to hold. While her twins gained strength in the NICU however, Angelique’s health began to fail. A peripartum cardiomyopathy diagnosis sent her back to the hospital where she and her children fought to live. Here is Angelique’s story.
Dangerously high blood pressure during her pregnancy led to Kayla having to give birth four weeks early. Despite her son being born healthy, her problems were far from over. Soon after his birth, Kayla had to be transferred to the ICU as her journey with peripartum cardiomyopathy began. Here is Kayla’s story.
Lindsay Staloff-Peterson has looked death in the face and said no thank you not once, not twice, but on three separate occasions. Now, Lindsay is on a mission to save other women from her fate and the preventable consequences that come with a peripartum cardiomyopathy diagnosis. Here is part one of Lindsay’s story.