Some stillbirths are avoidable if we know enough to act in time

Some stillbirths are avoidable if we know enough to act in time


David Aschkenas/Getty When my son Mikki was born on 27 August last year, he made me as proud as I was sad. Mikki was born in silence. Two days earlier, my wife and I were told he had died in her womb after 34 weeks of pregnancy. At no point during those weeks did we think this might happen to us. Knowing what I now know about stillbirth, it seems our son could have had a chance. When Mikki’s movements decreased, instead of being reassured that all was well,
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