Katy Rose feared her epilepsy medication would harm her unborn child, so she stopped taking it 15 weeks into her pregnancy.

Her daughter, Keziah, was born healthy, but Rose, 21, of Windwood Way, Smiths Wood, England, died two weeks later; it is being reported by the Birmingham Mail.

A court looking into Rose’s September death was told this week that Rose died from sudden unexplained death in epilepsy, or SUDEP.

Rose was diagnosed with epilepsy in 1991, but always wanted to be a mother, said Rose’s own mother, Sue.

“Katy was the happiest she had been in a long time in the two weeks she had got her,” Sue Rose told the newspaper.

Click here to read the full story from the Birmingham Mail.