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Miscarriages are a common and urgent health issue—and there are many studies that highlight the connection between miscarriage and negative health outcomes for women. In fact, a recent 2020 study found that one in six women who have a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy face long-term post-traumatic stress. “The grieving process is different for every person, and it is not practical to put a timeline on someone’s grief, but we do know that it is important to have time and space to be able to process loss,” explains Maria Brann, Ph.D., MPH, a professor in the department of communication studies in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI who explores the integration of health, interpersonal, and gender communication. “If a woman is expected to return to work too quickly after a miscarriage, before her body and mind have some time to heal from the recent loss, it will likely prolong the negative health effects.” Brann also makes it a point to underline that men also experience some of the same negative mental-health outcomes, and so they must cope with the loss as well. “This is not a gendered issue where women are weaker—both sexes need to process their grief and loss,” says Brann, hence the call for policies that attend to the needs of both the pregnant person and their partner.
According to Strauss, a key actionable proposal on the table right now is the PAID Leave Act, introduced by Representative Rosa DeLauro and senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Patty Murray. It would, for all employees and independent contractors, permanently enact a paid family- and medical-leave program, provide workers with 12 weeks emergency paid family and medical leave (fully reimbursed by the federal government), and permanently ensure workers can accrue seven paid sick days. Another proposal is the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, which would better protect pregnant people from discrimination in the workplace and make sure that they receive the accommodations they need to support a safe and healthy pregnancy. “Congress has been considering this bill since 2012, but this year, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic—which has forced millions of women and caretakers to leave the workforce without economic security or health insurance—the need for stronger protections for pregnant workers is incredibly urgent,” Strauss says. But beyond that, she stresses that the U.S. needs to advance paid leave and protections for all moments along the reproductive lifespan, be it in case of pregnancy and postpartum or miscarriage and stillbirth. While some companies—like Reddit, which offers eight and a half weeks of paid leave for any employee, mother or father, who experiences pregnancy loss—are taking it upon themselves to provide support in this light, it shouldn’t be at the discretion of businesses to decide if they will provide employees with paid miscarriage leave. The bottom line is that in the U.S. those experiencing miscarriage are essentially being forced to use valuable sick days, lose money due to unpaid leave, or work through the pain—it’s unacceptable, and the consequences could be dire.
While New Zealand’s bill is a step in the right direction, there’s so much more to be done both within the country itself—many argue that three days of paid bereavement leave isn’t sufficient—and in the world at large. The U.S. needs to step up and help forge the new path forward for support around pregnancy loss. As Strauss says, “We need to build policies that center the humanity of women and childbearing people, meet their needs, and treat them with dignity, no matter the outcome of their pregnancy.”
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- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
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- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
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