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During the latest season of Siesta Key, Madisson shares the joys of her pregnancy and courageously opens up about her heartbreaking experience with infant loss. Madisson and Ish honor baby Elliot’s memory by talking openly and encouraging others to seek support.

Talking is power. If you or someone you know is struggling with pregnancy or infant loss, you’re not alone and support is available.

Scroll down for helpful resources, and visit Power to Decide for more information about reproductive health and the power of open conversations. 

Pregnancy Loss

Pregnancy loss (miscarriage) is more common than you think — and it’s not your fault.

About 30% of women will have one at some point. About 1 in 5 known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Most happen before the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.

Here are three things you should know if you or someone you love has experienced pregnancy loss.



Stillbirth and Infant Loss

Each year, about 24,000 babies are stillborn in the United States. That’s about 1 in 160 births.

While it is rare, each loss is shattering and life-altering for parents and families. These trustworthy organizations can provide support and connection.

Share your Story

Join a supportive space created by the March of Dimes where you can share your story, connect with others, and offer support to families with similar experiences.

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Pregnancy 101

The birds and the bees … without the corny euphemisms.

Need help now?

If you’re struggling and need to talk to someone, you’re not alone. There are lots of free, confidential resources available 24/7.