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A heartbroken mother has revealed how her daughter was born stillborn after she was poisoned in the womb by a rare liver condition.Gabriella Morley, 24, from Bramley, Leeds, was 39 weeks pregnant when she noticed her baby was not moving.
Third, another girl, kiwi fruit and fourth was another boy and I craved pasties and pies. I got told once that your craving is your body telling you what nutrients your body is lacking- i'm not so sure!!
No mother should have to experience what it is like to go through nine months of pregnancy and leave hospital with no baby.
But it does happen and people need to talk about it more.'Gabriella and Matthew, who discovered they were expecting shortly after they started dating last year, were picking up the final bits and pieces ahead of the baby's arrival when Gabriella realised she hadn't felt the baby move that day.
Doctors told the mother-to-be and her boyfriend Matthew Dalton, 25, that their baby had died arrest after being poisoned by high acidity levels in her mother's body caused by the rare pregnancy-related condition, intrahepatic cholestasis (ICP).
The grieving mother gave birth to daughter Poppy on May 9 and the couple spent three days with their little girl in a hospital cold room before laying her to rest.
There was just silence.'Throughout her pregnancy Gabriella experienced an itchiness on her baby bump that she put down to a typical side-effect of stretched skin.