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Sharon Stone shares that she has ‘lost 9 children’ through miscarriages

Sharon Stone has spoken for the first time about suffering nine miscarriages while sharing her fear that there is “no forum to discuss the deep loss.”

The Basic Instinct actress, 64, shared about her loss under a People Instagram post, where Dancing With The Stars artist Peta Murgatroyd opened up about losing a pregnancy with husband Maks Chmerkovskiy.

Candid about her own experience of pregnancy loss, Sharon wrote: ‘We women do not have a forum to discuss the seriousness of this loss. I lost nine children to a miscarriage,” Stone wrote.

Candid: Sharon Stone has spoken out for the first time about suffering nine miscarriages as she shared her fear that there is 'no forum to discuss the deep loss' (photo 2022)

Candid: Sharon Stone has spoken out for the first time about suffering nine miscarriages as she shared her fear that there is ‘no forum to discuss the deep loss’ (photo 2022)

“It’s no small matter, physically or emotionally,” the star – who has three sons through adoption – continued.

“Still, we get the sense that it’s something to wear alone and covertly with a kind of sense of failure. Instead of receiving the much-needed compassion and empathy and healing that we so desperately need.”

“The health and wellbeing of women left in the care of male ideology has become lax, ignorant and violently oppressive at best,” she wrote, concluding her message.

The revelation came after Murgatroyd, 35, spoke about her recent loss and how she found out she lost her pregnancy while husband Maks, 42, was away in Ukraine.

Great loss: 'We women have no forum to discuss the seriousness of this loss.  I lost nine children to a miscarriage,

Great loss: ‘We women have no forum to discuss the seriousness of this loss. I lost nine children to a miscarriage,” Stone wrote

Honest: The Basic Instinct actress, 64, shared about her loss under an Instagram post where Peta Murgatroyd opened up about losing a pregnancy with husband Maks Chmerkovskiy;  Pictured 2021

Honest: The Basic Instinct actress, 64, shared about her loss under an Instagram post where Peta Murgatroyd opened up about losing a pregnancy with husband Maks Chmerkovskiy; Pictured 2021

This isn’t the film icon’s first time opening up about the painful topic, as Stone looked candidly on her miscarriages last year and praised “global sisterhood” for speaking out on “issues of loss and heartbreak.”

The star explained that she went through ’36 hours of labor alone’ after losing a baby when she was five and a half months pregnant, revealing that nurses stayed with her and she felt a ‘strong sense of understanding’.

Speaking about her own experiences following the publication of her autobiography, The Beauty of Living Twice, Sharon said she felt a “strong sense of sisterhood” from the nurses who helped her through a “five and a half month miscarriage” during a Radio 4 ladies hour and BBC sounds interview.

Compassion: 'We feel it's something to wear alone and covertly with a kind of sense of failure.  Instead of receiving the much-needed compassion, empathy and healing we so desperately need,

Compassion: ‘We feel it’s something to wear alone and covertly with a kind of sense of failure. Instead of receiving the much-needed compassion, empathy and healing we so desperately need,” the star added; Pictured with adopted son Laird Vonne Stone in 2015

She said: “It’s been a devastating experience and I have to say I was very grateful to Chrissy Teigen for allowing us to publicly share what she was going through.”

“When I lost my last baby, and then went back to the hospital and had to work 36 hours alone to give birth of course – and the nurses who had been with me in the hospital two days earlier when she had the last baby came in and sat with me on their day off.

“I really felt such a strong sense of sisterhood and understanding. Because then I would have been alone. And that’s such a lonely feeling anyway.’

The actress praised Vanessa Kirby, who played character Martha who lost her baby in a tragic home birth in Netflix film Pieces of a Woman: “I was so grateful to Vanessa Kirby for making Pieces of a Woman.

Mother of three: Sharon has since adopted three sons, Roan, 22, Laird, 16, and Quinn, 15;  Pictured with Roan and Laird in 2017

Mother of three: Sharon has since adopted three sons, Roan, 22, Laird, 16, and Quinn, 15; Pictured with Roan and Laird in 2017

Her Boy: The star previously revealed that she was approved to adopt her first son Roan, while on her way home after a miscarriage;  In the picture with Roan in 2021

Her Boy: The star previously revealed that she was approved to adopt her first son Roan, while on her way home after a miscarriage; In the picture with Roan in 2021

“I think we’re finally reaching a point in our global sisterhood where we’re talking about the issues of loss and heartbreak and rape and brutalization and all the things that have happened to us and our bodies, and that our minds and hearts have to carry on.” and we no longer carry the water.’

“We bear no shame that is not ours. We’ll let it out,” she said.

Sharon had several miscarriages during her marriage to ex-husband Phil Bronstein — with whom she was with from 1998 until their divorce in 2004 — and told Women’s Hour she has a “lupus-related rheumatoid factor” that has made it difficult for her to get pregnant. pregnancy wear term.

Since then, Sharon has adopted three sons, Roan, 22, Laird, 16 and Quinn, 15. The star has previously revealed to AARP that she was approved to adopt her first son Roan, who was born in 2000, while on her way home after a miscarriage.

Difficult: The movie icon talked about the miscarriages she suffered while married to ex-husband Phil Bronstein, revealing that she had a

Difficult: The movie icon talked about the miscarriages she suffered while married to ex-husband Phil Bronstein, revealing that she had a “rheumatoid factor” that made it difficult for her to carry a pregnancy to term; Pictured June 2022

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