How long can you hold your stillborn baby?

How long can you hold your stillborn baby?
A:”most women know when they’re pregnant but”s stillborn babies tend to be more distressed and distressed” according to the National Stillbirth Society.
If you’ve had an unexplained stillbirth, it may be comforting to know that there’s no reason why it should happen again. If your baby had a genetic abnormality you may be referred for genetic counselling. This process will enable you to discuss your options for a future pregnancy.
If you had health problem last time then you and your doctor may be able to work together to reduce your risk of another stillbirth. This is especially the case if there was a problem with the placenta or your baby’s growth. Extra monitoring and tests can reduce the chance of you experiencing another loss.
If you do get pregnant again in the future, it’s likely to be an anxious time for you. It may bring back lots of unwelcome memories and emotions related to your loss. Your anxiety is perfectly understandable. This pregnancy may feel like the longest nine months of your life. You’ll probably feel uneasy until your baby is safely in your arms.
The Mariposa Trust has a special division called GrowingYou which offers support to anyone who has lost a baby, who is now pregnant again (or thinking of becoming pregnant again).

How long can you hold your stillborn baby?
“The medical definition of stillbirth is the birth of a baby who is born without any signs of life at or after 24 weeks pregnancy. The baby may have died during pregnancy (called intrauterine death), labour or birth. Depending on the state you live in, you may have different rules about when you can hold your baby. Some states and countries only allow you to hold your baby for a minimum of one week before the ultrasound scan is taken. If you decide to hold your baby for a minimum of one week, it is recommended that we do this. This can be particularly important if you have had birth in the past 2 weeks or if there is a higher risk of becoming pregnant after pregnancy ends. If you decide to hold your baby for no reason, it is recommended that we do this. This can be particularly important if you have had birth in the past 2 weeks or if there is a higher risk of becoming pregnant after pregnancy
If you decide to hold your baby, it is recommended that we do this. This can be particularly important if you have had birth in the past 2 weeks or if there is a higher risk of becoming pregnant after pregnancy
If you decide not to hold your baby, but you do want to be induced to give birth, this option is not available in most states. You will probably be given this option more than once, if not more, in the future.

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