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Moments after her second child was born, Nakeenya Wilson almost bled to death. The Austin mom had already spent that day in 2016 enduring one problem after another at the hospital, from a long wait for a scheduled induction—a simple and common procedure to start labor—to a nurse who kept getting her name wrong. “I felt like I was being punked,” Wilson recalled. “It was kooky from the beginning.” But things got serious when she started to hemorrhage. The bleeding was later chalked up to several risk factors Wilson had throughout her pregnancy, along with the unusual position of her son during delivery. But during her care, she said she received almost no communication about what was going on. “I didn’t even know that I was…
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