Hi, I'm 9 weeks pregnant with my 2nd, my first baby was delivered by emergency c section at 39 weeks. I was sick a few times one morning and went to hospital to be monitored. I was due to have an overnight stay for them to keep an eye on me but suddenly my baby stopped moving around so they sent me straight for surgery (having had no labour). When she was delivered they found I'd had a placental abruption. I didn't have any bleeding and no other signs of being unwell except being sick a few times earlier that day, but apparently they could tell the placenta had been coming away for a while as some of the blood had dried. I've never smoked or taken drugs, but did get slightly high bp during pregnancy. I am concerned for this pregnancy that the same may happen again and as I had no real warning signs, it could be more serious this time, we have been told we were very lucky first time as we could have lost her! Any advice or similar stories would be much appreciated!! Thank you!
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