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Heather Driscol Joseph Schaffer English 100 Essay 3 101500 A Life More Precious When the small window of the early pregnancy test revealed a pink plus my first thought was This is going to be fun My twenty-year-old sister Amber sat on the closed seat of the toilet and started shaking However no matter how hard she shook that little tube did not turn to the blue minus that would indicate that she was not pregnant Its a mistake she said We must have done it wrong Four tests and a doctors visit later her fears were confirmed Not only that but Amber was 4 months pregnant When we sat down with the doctors to discuss her options Amber immediately rejected abortion Im going to carry my baby Id never kill my baby It never crossed her mind that this decision would change her life forever It was not until a month and several sonograms later that the problems began Ambers health began to fail rapidly It started with an acute case of bronchitis that left her gasping for air on a ventilator That was our first of many trips to the emergency room The doctors would check on the baby but all of his vital signs remained steady despite his sickly mother Ambers condition worsened escalating to pneumonia and spreading into her heart Her blood pressure rose to deadly levels and she had to be put on medications The doctors decided that she would have to stay in the hospital for the duration of her pregnancy or at least until they could find out what was causing her to be so sick They checked the babys vital signs daily and they remained strong every day showing no signs of weakness Throughout this time our family had been supporting Amber with prayer and hope When it was decided that Amber would stay in the
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