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What's the difference between miscarriage and stillbirth?
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Dr. Marilynn Frederiksen
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
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In brief: Difference
A miscarriage is usually a pregnancy loss at less than 20 weeks.
A stillbirth occurs with the death of a fetus before delivery beyond 20 weeks. Some states will classify a stillbirth on the basis of the weight of the fetus at delivery.

In brief: Difference
A miscarriage is usually a pregnancy loss at less than 20 weeks.
A stillbirth occurs with the death of a fetus before delivery beyond 20 weeks. Some states will classify a stillbirth on the basis of the weight of the fetus at delivery.
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