· Stillbirth can happen to anyone, but risk factors may include a mother who: has a health condition, such as high blood pressure or diabetes. is obese. is African-American. is Author: Ann Pietrangelo.
According to the National Stillbirth Society, stillbirth is defined as the intrauterine death and subsequent delivery of a developing infant that occurs beyond 20 completed weeks of gestation. A stillbirth occurs in about 1 in pregnancies. The majority of stillbirths happen before labor, whereas a small percentage occur during labor and Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Stillbirth is the delivery, after the 20th week of pregnancy, of a baby who has died. Loss of a baby before the 20th week of pregnancy is called a miscarriage. A baby is stillborn in about 1 in Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.
· A stillbirth is a fetal loss that happens after 20 weeks of pregnancy. A fetal loss before 20 weeks is typically referred to as a miscarriage. Stillbirths can be further categorized as early (20 to 27 completed weeks), late (28 to 36 completed weeks), or term (37 weeks or more).Occupation: Family Medicine Physician.
Stillbirth refers to the death of a fetus at or after the 20th week of pregnancy. There are many causes of stillbirth, ranging from birth defects to problems with the pregnancy. Often, health care providers cannot determine a specific cause for a particular stillbirth. The NICHD supports research on many of the causes of stillbirth, its occurrence in populations, risk factors, and ways to.
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