“There was fluid around the baby, which was indicative of some sort of an issue and they were going have to do other investigations.”
The creator of RTE hit drama Can't Cope, Won't Cope, added: “It was really difficult because you kind of have in your head once you get to 12 weeks, like once you've got that big milestone behind you think everything's okay.”
“Obviously, then on top of that you’re dealing with the hormones and everything. Because you're fully pregnant at 14 weeks, but then suddenly you're not,” she explained.
“It took a huge emotional physical toll. And then I think I just felt like, I would be fine. If I just got pregnant again, I just needed to power through and just get pregnant again and put it all behind me.”
Stefanie, who is mum to four-month-old Aurora, said she became obsessed with “ovulation tests, pregnancy tests peeing on sticks. And each time it happened again.”