ST. LOUIS — “It was like being alive in hell,” says mom Karena Hampton. “That’s the only way to explain.”
That’s how she remembers the day she lost her baby boy half-way through her pregnancy. Karena knows the pain of four lost pregnancies.
“I thought I was going to pass away. I felt like I lost the baby, now they’re trying to kill me,” says Karena.
It’s an all-out health crisis that the most vulnerable women say nobody is talking about.
Our country has one of the highest rates of moms dying in childbirth in the developed world . . .