Want to help a woman pregnant again after a loss? Consider these five points and build them into your relationship with a woman pregnant again following loss. It is a tough journey. You can make it easier.
The link between stillbirth and a heightened risk for maternal depression has been established. This is important for the actionable information it yields, and can be incorporated into standard medical practice.
Knowing how to best approach a family coping with baby loss in the holiday season is difficult. However, acknowledging their painful loss may be the single most helpful thing one can do to ease their pain.
Research shows that mothers who hold their stillborn babies derive long-term benefit as they grieve. Knowing this, medical professionals should provide a supportive environment for this bonding to occur.
Looking for effective support following baby loss is a difficult task, and finding a perinatal loss support group can help the bereaved navigate the isolation that all too often accompanies this particular kind of loss.