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stillborn

1. (of a fetus) dead at birth
2. a stillborn fetus or baby
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But in a report to Sandwell's cabinet the authority is now asking permission to waiver fees for all stillborn children in the borough.
"We were eating food when some hospital staff came and said that she has given birth to a stillborn child.
Mothers with type 1 diabetes were more than three times likely to deliver a stillborn child, while those with type 2 were at least four times likely.
Of the money raised, PS1,570 will be spent on a cuddle cot, which is a special cold unit with a basket where parents can place their stillborn child.
"We requested them thrice to allow us to stay for the night but the doctor used objectionable language and forced us out of the hospital." According to the relative, they had rushed to the hospital in an auto rickshaw, where the patient went into labour and gave birth to a stillborn.
Wellstein Memorial Fund in honor of their stillborn daughter.
One in 200 babies in the UK is stillborn, one of the worst rates in the developed world, and the couples hope to raise awareness of these hidden bereavements.
In one of many heartbreaking scenes, Vicki says: "She's still our baby," to her partner Bruce, as she holds her newborn, stillborn daughter, Ruby.
She explained:"A bereavement suite for the parents of babies who are stillborn is an essential resource in helping grieving families come to terms with their loss, as well as making it possible for the midwifery staff to continue the crucial work they do in supporting families like us."
Ralph Northam has granted an absolute pardon erasing the conviction of a Franklin County woman for discarding the remains of a stillborn fetus.
According to an incident report obtained Thursday by t(https://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/police-cobb-county-woman-put-dead-newborn-into-freezer/3ViDCnbQjMWinGSr5IPWaL/) he Atlanta Journal-Constitution , Carol June Sautter, 45, told her ex-boyfriend she put the corpse of her stillborn baby in the freezer of her Cobb-County home in Georgia.
There were 2,873 stillborn babies in 2017 compared with 3,112 in 2016, a decrease of 7.7%.