Australian actress aims to end the stigma surrounding pregnancy loss.
A heartbreaking open letter to tech companies from a woman, who lost her baby at 30 weeks’ gestation, has gone viral globally.
Six Australian babies are stillborn each day. A new report aims to reduce this alarming rate.
Acknowledge their loss, listen and let them grieve.
'You can’t hurry grief. It takes time. Time to fully accept reality. Time to mourn. I didn’t get over the loss, but I found a way to carry it.'
"Although I recently gave birth to our rainbow baby, it hasn't erased the pain or memory of what we lost."
With miscarriage being so common - one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage - it would be easy to think there are support networks in place for women going through it.
"To move forward, you need to be gentle with yourself."
The findings suggest that vitamin D may play a protective role in pregnancy.
The truth is, miscarriages have little to do with what a woman did or didn't do.
"Jesus decided he needed his own beekeeper," wrote the heartbroken mother.