While many Canadians spend October preparing Halloween costumes and cooking Thanksgiving dinners, for midwife Sarah Cressman of Guelph, Ont. it’s also the month when she said hello and goodbye to her son, Luca.
Cressman’s water broke less than five months into her first pregnancy. With her health at risk, she laboured for 12 hours but there was no chance […]
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Spent my day working on an op-ed about miscarriage in the LGBTQ community for pregnancy & infant loss awareness month (October). I miscarried twins in Sept. The lack of representation from families like mine around miscarriage is isolating & othering. You're not alone. #lgbtq
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