As I felt more than nauseated every day I assumed all had to be well. My belly was growing - a bit faster than I had hoped for, but I guess I don't have any stomach muscles left anyhow - and the indigestion, fatigue and general slug-like countenance were all present and correct.
And then, at my 12 week scan, my obstetrician told me the baby had died.
A "missed" miscarriage, apparently, where there is no blood or any sign at all that anything is wrong, and a placenta that continues to pump out pregnancy hormones, tricking you into thinking you are pregnant long after you are.
Read more: http://blogs.nzherald.co.nz/blog/keeping-mum/2009/6/30/death-family/?c_id=6
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