Understanding Stillbirth -- Symptoms
What Are the Symptoms of Stillbirth?
There are usually no warnings before a stillbirth. But the following symptoms could signal a problem:
- Vaginal bleeding, especially during the second half of pregnancy, may mean there's a problem with your baby. If you have bleeding, call your doctor. But know that many women who have vaginal bleeding during pregnancy have no trouble carrying their babies to term.
- Lack of movement or a change in the normal activity level of your baby.
Call Your Doctor About Stillbirth If:
Call your doctor if you notice any of the symptoms above.