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Posted by: Anita | 2009/06/23

MISCARRIAGE

I have read the answer which doctor gave to one of the questions -whether babies suffocate during inevitable miscarriage-Doctor answered that " babies do not suffocate in utero ,because they can' t breath in utero" .But is it not that the baby can' t get enough oxygen during an inevitable miscarriage and then its heart stop and it dies in the process?

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Yes, but if you are worried about whether the baby suffers, at this early stage they are probably not aware of these sensations.

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