'There was silence when the baby was born': How a couple coped with stillbirth

Ms Quin Yeo and her husband, Mr Jeremy Foo, hopes to support others with pregnancy loss, as they found few resources online on stillbirth recovery. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - For one year, Ms Quin Yeo could not bear to enter the bedroom she so lovingly decorated for her unborn child, Elliot. She went off social media.

It all reminded her of that fateful New Year's Eve in 2017 when she felt a dull pain in her belly. She was over six months into her pregnancy and Elliot was not due until her birthday in early April the next year.

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