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16 Nov 2004
Ek het die inligting nodig vir my suster. Die volgende het met haar gebeur. Sy het op 6weke 'n ligte bloeding gehad. En 'n week of wat later 'n ligte kramp onder haar naeltjie gekry. Op 8weke het sy gegaan vir haar 2de sonar. En die dr het gesê sy het die baba op 6weke verloor. Hoekom het dit gebeur? Kan dit 'n missed miscarriage wees? En kan iemand my meer inligting gee oor 'n missed miscarriage. Baie Dankie.
This is called a missed miscarriage. A common reason for this happening is that the pregnancy was abnormal - nature's way of preventing the birth of an abnormal baby.
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