Like many expectant parents, Daniel and Cyndi Leathers were amazed at how large Cyndi's belly had grown.
But during a routine prenatal check-up at seven months, the doctor told the couple that her belly was measuring too small. He immediately ordered a non-stress test and later did an ultrasound, during which he discovered there wasn't enough amniotic fluid.
Until that point, Cyndi had enjoyed a normal pregnancy.
She was admitted to the hospital the following day and began having contractions on her own, though she later had to be induced.
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