Loss & Infertility

We are so sorry that you are here.

This is a place we wish you never have to visit... but if you have had a loss of any kind or you are on the path of trying to conceive, we wish to surround you with love and peace during this time. Feel free to reach out to us to talk if you need to at 224-357-7666. We hope you find the following resources helpful while you are trying to navigate this heartache.

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Infertility Specialists
Support Groups



85% of women will experience a miscarriage at one point in their life, yet, when we experience one ourselves, we feel alone and lost.

You are not alone.



A stillbirth is the death or loss of a baby before or during delivery. Both miscarriage and stillbirth describe pregnancy loss, but they differ according to when the loss occurs. In the United States, a miscarriage is usually defined as loss of a baby before the 20th week of pregnancy, and a stillbirth is loss of a baby after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Stillbirth affects about 1 in 100 pregnancies, and each year about 24,000 babies are stillborn in the United States.1 That is about the same number of babies that die during the first year of life and it is more than 10 times as many deaths as the number that occur from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).