On June 16th 2018, while I was an inmate at Eddy County Detention Center and 3 months pregnant at 10:14 pm I started bleeding. I immediately notified the Officer and showed her how much I was bleeding. She was not concerned at all and even after seeing the blood told me it was completely normal. I told her I had 4 other children and I really didn't feel that was happening was normal, she barely even looked at me and just contiued doing her rounds as I followed her crying and begging her to call medical. She nonchantly said ok after my rounds I will let em know whats going on then she proceded to walk out the door. I called my husband and informed him of what was happening so he could call the jail and speak to a higher authority so they would take action then I went to my bunk, laid down and tried to calm down. 30 mins later about 10:45pm I went to restroom. My condition was getting worse. I realized my bleeding was much heavier and was starting to experience a lot of pain, not just the mild discomfort that as accompnied the light bleeding 30 mins earlier. I yelled for someone to get help and was told by the same officer was 4 m by the time i was taken to the ER. I was left to
I’m so sorry this happened to you. In order to answer your question, I need to know what happened to you and the baby.
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