Nearly 4,000 babies are stillborn every year in the UK. More post mortems could change that
Natasha Adams's daughter Honey was stillborn on May 16, 2007, aged 36 weeks and six days. Just two days previously Natasha had felt her daughter's last kicks. Desperate to understand the cause of Honey's death, Natasha and her husband Matthew agreed to a post-mortem examination.
“The post mortem was extremely helpful, but also very distressing,” says Natasha. “It took seven weeks for the final results to come through and they raised as many questions as they answered.” Nonetheless, what the post mortem revealed will hopefully have helped to prevent further tragedy.
Full article: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/health/article4044153.ece
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