I was diagnosed with fetal hypoxia after the cardiotocography screening (CTG) at 32 weeks. Because of my family and working conditions, I didn't have much time to walk and rest. So long before the CTG I’d noticed that my baby was too active inside me - I think that was because she didn’t get enough oxygen.
I got a course of pentoxifillin, pyracetamum and dipyridamole therapy after the CTG.
I didn’t have any other critical problems – no early toxicosis, no preeclampsia, no bleeding, no even a cold. I didn’t take any drugs but interferon alfa2 (nasal drops) and natamycine.
During the first 5-6 weeks I had slight pain as if my periods were ready to break out (the specialist said it had been the sing of pregnancy).
Another clue is an early transvaginal ultrasound scanning (3-4 weeks). Ah, and a huge stress at those first weeks.