Washington: Pregnant women who have experienced financial, emotional, or other personal stress in the year before their delivery had an increased chance of having a stillbirth, say researchers.The researchers, who conducted a National Institutes of Health network study, asked more than 2,000 women a series of questions, including whether they had lost a job or had a loved one in the hospital in the year before they gave birth.Whether or not the pregnancy ended in stillbirth, most women reported having experienced at least one stressful life event in the previous year.The researchers found that 83 percent of women who had a stillbirth and 75 percent of women who had a live birth reported a stressful life event.Almost 1 in 5 women with stillbirths and 1 in 10 women with livebirths in this study reported recently experiencing 5 or more stressful life events.
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