Baby Loss Awareness Week: All You Need To Know About Stillbirth And Miscarriages

Shreya Jagdish

Losing a baby is one of the worst things any parent can go through. During this time, you might be seeking answers as to why and how this might have happened. While there might be a lot of thoughts going on in your mind, remember that it is not your fault. You did the best you can to take care of your little one. 

In Singapore, according to KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. But this does not mean parents cannot have children after this, in fact, you still have a very good chance of getting pregnant after a miscarriage. 

As part of Baby Loss Awareness Week—where families from all over the world come together to remember and commemorate their precious baby’s lives—we share with some information you need to know about miscarriage and stillbirth, and how you can recover from the trauma. 

miscarriage and stillbirth

Here are the links to all you need to know about miscarriage: 

What Causes Multiple Miscarriages: Tests, Risk Factors And Treatment

Reasons and common causes for miscarriages

Early signs of miscarriage pregnant women should know

Pregnancy after a miscarriage

How common are miscarriages after IVF?

How men can support their partners after a miscarriage

Here are the links to all you need to know about stillbirth: 

Understanding Stillbirths – a look at Stillbirths in Singapore

Game-changing research discovers the cause of stillbirth

IVF stillbirth risk 4 times higher!

Sleeping on your back during pregnancy might increase the risk for stillbirth

A Singapore mum’s story of loss: ‘I lost my baby to stillbirth’

Take care mums and dads, stay strong!

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