Parenthood Lost: Healing the Pain after Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Death

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PARENTHOOD
LOST
HEALING THE PAIN
AFTER MISCARRIAGE,
STILLBIRTH,
AND INFANT DEATH

WRITTEN AND EDITED BY
MICHAEL R BERMAN, M.D.

FOREWORD BY SHERWIN B. NULAND

Bergin & Garvey
Westport, Connecticut • London

-III-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page III
  • Contents VII
  • Foreword XIII
  • Introduction XVII
  • Part I - Poetry 1
  • Poetry- Comforting through Time 3
  • Cherished Purposes- Selections from a Doctor's Poems 10
  • Part II - Stories and Views 23
  • Parents' Stories of Loss 25
  • Caregivers' Views 80
  • Part III - Reasons Forthe Most Common Perinatal Losses 111
  • Pregnancy Loss in the First Trimester 113
  • Genetic Disorders 115
  • The Incompetent Cervix 117
  • The Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome 119
  • Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis 121
  • Congenital Heart Disease 123
  • Placental Causes of Fetal Loss 125
  • Behind Every Healthy Baby Is a Healthy Placenta 130
  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction 132
  • Molar Pregnancy- Gestational Trophoblastic Disease 138
  • Ectopic Pregnancy 141
  • Premature Rupture of the Fetal Membranes 145
  • Substance Abuse during Pregnancy 152
  • Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy 157
  • Loss and Multifetal Pregnancies 164
  • Infection and Pregnancy Loss 168
  • Renal Agenesis and Hypoplastic Lung Syndrome 180
  • Postterm Pregnancy 185
  • Reflections 193
  • Appendix A- A Database of Perinatal Loss 197
  • Appendix B- Leading Categories of Birth Defects 203
  • Appendix C- Ten Leading Causes of Infant Mortality in the United States in 1995 205
  • Glossary 207
  • Notes 227
  • Selected Bibliography 237
  • Index 241
  • Contributors 245
  • About the Author 249
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