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October, 3, 2022
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Pregnancy and infant loss is extremely painful to go through - and also very common. Tens of thousands of women and families experience a miscarriage or child loss every year in the U.S. and yet, it’s rarely discussed. 


Often people feel uncomfortable talking about it with friends and family who have been through it, for fear of saying something wrong or just not knowing what to say in the first place. And for those who have been through it, they fear discussing it - whether it’s out of their own grief, discomfort or the impression that their feelings won’t be understood because the other person has not walked the same path. There’s a strange feeling and stigma around discussing these topics, even for those of us who have experienced a loss.


October is a month where we stop to really recognize the grief that many have and/or are currently walking through. If you or someone you know has been through this, you are not alone. Whether you have had struggles with infertility, a miscarriage, missed miscarriage, a fallen through adoption, or your child passed away sometime after birth: all of your feelings of grief are valid and we support you. 


During the rest of the month of October, we encourage you to light a candle for those who have experienced loss as well as our little ones who have passed.


If you are struggling to conceive after a loss, Reach Fertility Center is here to help. Our team of experts and counselors will walk through every step of the process with you to ensure you have the best experience - and an ear to listen to your fears and concerns. Contact Reach today at 704.343.4444.

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