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March is Pregnancy After Loss Awareness Month
Statistics about pregnancy after loss
50-80% of women who experience perinatal loss become pregnant again within 12-18 months after their loss
Education through awareness can promote health during subsequent pregnancies
After a pregnancy or infant death, many will experience grief, confusion, anxiety, guilt, and fear of loss in a subsequent pregnancy
Women who are pregnant again after loss are at an increased risk for perinatal and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders
A pregnancy after loss can activate a new layer of grief
Recognition of pregnancy after loss will enable individuals and communities to further meet the needs of bereaved parents
Studies show partners are also affected by the emotional stress of a subsequent pregnancy
Women who are pregnant again after loss report having higher symptoms of anxiety and depression during their subsequent pregnancy
Knowledge that there are resources available and others to turn to is an important aspect in the journey of healing during a subsequent pregnancy
COVID-19 has added an extra layer of anxiety for moms who are pregnant again after loss

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