Remembering the little ones gone too soon on Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day
If you’ve ever lost a baby or a pregnancy, know that you aren’t alone. Tens of thousands of families across the United States have lost a baby. However, just because a child is gone, it doesn’t mean they are forgotten. October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. On this day, people around the world take time to remember these precious children.
In honor of this day, our Las Vegas fertility specialists also want to share a message of hope. When you’re ready to try again, our team can help by offering fertility treatments to help you have a rainbow baby after a miscarriage or the loss of an infant.
What can you do on Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day?
On October 15 at 7:00 pm local time, people around the world are lighting a candle for one hour to honor the babies who are no longer with us. The goal is to create a continuous “wave of light” that spans the entire globe.
Other people are also taking to social media to share their stories and facts on Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Many parents find that this is a healing experience, and they feel good about honoring their child’s memory while raising awareness.
If you know someone who lost a child or a pregnancy, you can support them on this day in several ways. One example is performing an act of kindness or making a donation in memory of a baby gone too soon. Also, reaching out to the parents to be a shoulder to cry on or a listening ear can be very helpful.
How can our fertility doctors help you?
When you feel ready to try for another child, our Las Vegas fertility specialists can help and support you. From running tests to diagnose any fertility issues to developing a customized treatment plan, our team can help you overcome your obstacles to having a healthy baby.
Contact us if you would like to learn more about fertility treatments and family-building options at The Fertility Center of Las Vegas. We are honored to stand by your side on your journey to have a rainbow baby.