Sharon Stone says she’s had nine miscarriages

The Golden Globe-winning actress shared her painful experience under an Instagram post from People magazine, where “Dancing with the Stars” artist Peta Murgatroyd opened up about losing a pregnancy while her husband, Maks Chmerkovskiy, was in Ukraine.

Stone, who is the mother of sons Roan, Laird and Quinn through adoption, wrote, “We women have no forum to discuss the gravity of this loss. I lost nine children to miscarriage.”

The 64-year-old “Basic Instinct” star lamented the lack of care for women who have suffered miscarriage, saying that anyone who has suffered that kind of loss needs “compassion, empathy and healing.”

“It’s no small matter, neither physically nor emotionally, but we feel it’s something to wear alone and in secret with some sort of sense of failure. Instead of receiving the much-needed compassion, empathy and healing we so need .

“The health and well-being of women left in the care of male ideology has become lax at best, in fact ignorant and violently oppressive in their efforts.”

Stone previously revealed in a 2017 interview with EXTRATV that a genetic blood disorder prevented her from carrying a full-term child.
According to a 2021 editorial published in the medical journal The Lancet, there are an estimated 23 million miscarriages worldwide each year, with one in 10 women experiencing a pregnancy loss during their lifetime.
Last year, in an interview with BBC Radio’s Woman’s Hour, Stone praised “global sisterhood,” which includes stars like Chrissy Teigen and Vanessa Kirby, for speaking out about “issues of loss and heartbreak and rape and brutalization and all the things that affect us and our bodies.” has happened.”

“We don’t carry the water anymore,” she said. “We don’t carry shame that doesn’t belong to us. We let it out.”

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