While it's estimated that 25% of all recognized pregnancies will end up as a loss, Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (RPL) -- or repeated miscarriages -- affects between 1-5% of all women. Learn more about RPL here.
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Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut recognizes Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day and supports the one in four women who experience these devastating losses. Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate, offers suggestions on ways to help those who are grieving during this most difficult time.
October 15 is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Remembrance Day- RMACT is recognizing this day w/ a GoodReads BookClub on "Not Broken", by Lora Shahine, MD.
October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness month. This day, this month, has special meaning to many of us who have experienced a miscarriage or other loss.
What all of us has in common, almost without exception, is that when an IVF cycle fails, it feels like a loss. So when treatment fails, how do you respond?