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No fetal heartbeat heard with stethoscope or Doppler. No fetal movement or heartbeat seen on ultrasound, which makes the definitive diagnosis that a baby is stillborn.
Requests to correct or amend vital records require: A completed amendment application. Supporting documentation. Appropriate fee(s) A notarized sworn statement completed by an authorized person \u2013 Only if requesting an authorized certified copy.
Maternal mortality is also a significant human rights issue. Preventable maternal mortality is associated with the violation of a variety of human rights, including the mother's right to life, the right to freedom from discrimination, and the right to health and quality health care.
When a baby is stillborn (born dead) after 24 weeks pregnancy, the stillbirth must be registered in the stillbirth register. The process for registering a stillbirth combines features of both birth and death registration. There is no provision to allow the registration of stillbirths before the 24th week of pregnancy.

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1, parents of a stillborn can receive a type of birth certificate through a county office of vital records or the state Department of Vital Statistics. California, which is calling the document a "Certificate of Still Birth," joined 20 other states that issue the documents to parents who request them.
What Is Stillbirth? Stillbirth is the delivery, after the 20th week of pregnancy, of a baby who has died. Loss of a baby before the 20th week of pregnancy is called a miscarriage. A baby is stillborn in about 1 in 200 pregnancies.
A maternal death is defined as, \u201cthe death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy,\u201d but excludes those from accidental or incidental causes. Official statistics are obtained through death certificates completed by physicians and reported to states.
Death certificates that indicated the woman was pregnant at the time of death or within the past year via the pregnancy checkbox that did not link to a birth or fetal death certificate were referred to as 'checkbox only' death certificates.
Note: There are no fees to amend or correct a birth certificate within one year of the date of birth. After a year, the California Office of Vital Records charges $20 to amend the birth certificate.

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