Stillbirth is typically defined as fetal death at or after 20 to 28 weeks of pregnancy.
It results in a baby born without signs of life. A stillbirth can result in the feeling ...
Find out what can cause a baby to die in utero, how a stillbirth is managed, and
what you can do to reduce your risk of stillbirth.
This article explains some of the reasons why a baby may be stillborn. Losing a
baby is a devastating blow. When it happens, it is hard to know how to cope, ...
Stillbirth is when a baby dies in the womb after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Most
stillbirths happen before a woman goes into labor, but a small number happen ...
When your baby is stillborn, expectations , hopes and dreams are cruelly
shattered and lives are changed. Many parents have initial feelings of shock and
It is often assumed that a baby who has died was born too soon or too sick to live.
In fact only around 10% of stillbirths are caused by a fatal congenital ...
Inquire about your hospitals procedures when handling stillborn babies and the
cause of death. If normal procedure is not to have an autopsy, seek to find out ...
If there have been problems with the placenta, stillborn babies are usually born
perfectly formed, though often small. With more research, it's hoped that ...
First Candle has the latest info on stillbirth causes, ways to reduce the risk of
stillbirth, and coping with the loss of a baby to a stillbirth tragedy.