Our Angel Babies: This was created by a grieving mother in New York as a means of not only memorializing her daughter, Jordyn Alyse who was stillborn in 2003, but also as a place for other families to share the loss of their children.
Edwards' syndrome occurs in approximately one in every 5,000 live births and one in every 5,000 stillborn births; it affects girls more often than boys.
A pregnant woman who has GBS infection can develop infections of the bladder, blood, and urinary tract, and deliver a baby who is infected or stillborn.
I had a tremendous sense of worth when I gave my cousin's wife a pencil drawing and scrapbook page I created for her stillborn daughter.
Unborn children exposed to rubella early in pregnancy are also more likely to be miscarried, stillborn, or have a low birth weight.
Born in 1901, Phillips became pregnant at 19, unmarried and alone, she turned to radio sermons when her child was stillborn.
This project was stillborn and pleased no one.
This plan, worked out by Speranski in 1809, was for the most part stillborn, only the council of the empire coming into existence in January 1810; but it none the less, to quote M.
Of these, 61,300 were stillborn and 174,494 illegitimate, being at the rate, respectively, of 3% and 8.5% of the total.
Finally, the bucolic poet Quita produced the tragedies Segunda Castro, Hermione and two others, but these imitations from the French, for all the taste they show, were stillborn, and in the absence of court patronage, which was exclusively bestowed on the Lisbon opera, then the best equipped in Europe, Portugal remained without a drama of its own.