Yes, you're absolutely right.... periodic checkups are important. One should stick to the schedule. Sometimes the fetal death is identified during the process when they don't get a heartbeat during the scan and check up. But sometimes it's just during the birth that it's identified. Both are equally painful and grievous loss nonetheless. Also, I think in both the cases the foetal death happens at different times into the gestation... for if they do not find a heartbeat over the sessions and they are absolutely sure about it after recheck they'll refer a DnC and won't just let the woman carry it all along till the moment of childbirth.Gennie wrote: ↑Thu Aug 23, 2018 7:32 pmEverything seems normal but it isn't. That is why there are so many checkups done. It is important that you miss none. They help you to track your baby's growth. Moreover any problem can be dealt at the start. This keeps you and the baby safe. Never miss an appointment and take someone with you.
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