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What is a stillbirth?

The cause of a stillbirth is often unknown, but you can help to lower the risk. Learn about prevention, warning signs and giving birth to a stillborn baby here.

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What happens after a stillbirth?

A stillbirth is deeply traumatic and distressing, but you will have support and information available to help you through this painful time. Learn more here.

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Better support and information for stillbirth and pregnancy loss

Safer Baby Bundle is an education and awareness program for parents and health professionals and hopes to reduce the rates of stillbirth in Australia.

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Your body after stillbirth or neonatal death

After a stillbirth or neonatal death, your body may still experience the same changes it would after an uncomplicated birth. Find out what to expect and where to go for support.

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Stillbirth

Stillbirth Stillbirth is defined as the tragic loss of a baby from 20 weeks gestation or 400g of body weight, if gestation is unknown

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Stillbirth and newborn death | SANDS - MISCARRIAGE STILLBIRTH NEWBORN DEATH SUPPORT

Support after the death of a baby through stillbirth or newborn death

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Pregnancy: miscarriage & stillbirth | Raising Children Network

Have you experienced a miscarriage or stillbirth? Find articles and videos about coping with the grief of losing a pregnancy or having a stillbirth.

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Reducing the risk of stillbirth | Raising Children Network

You can reduce risk of stillbirth by eating well and exercising, sleeping on your side, and seeking immediate medical help if your baby’s movements change.

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Stillbirth and neonatal death | Raising Children Network

Information about pregnancy loss, stillbirth and neonatal death, including grief and getting support.

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Grief after stillbirth or neonatal death | Raising Children Network

When a baby dies because of stillbirth or neonatal death, there’s no right way for you to grieve. People deal with grief in their own ways.

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