My grandmother cut out an article out of our newspaper recently about stillbirth and predicting/preventing it. There is a doctor in my area who studies it and he has a few interesting things to say. One thing that caught my eye was that the hiccups are a sign that the baby may be a stillborn (or at least in distress). My baby had the hiccups all the time! Anyway, I am leaving the link to the article at the bottom if you want to read it!
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