Buy a rose powder and powder your plant in case it is one of many pest aphids, spider mites and thrips . I don't know lots about roses but I never seem to have problems with them. I do powder them and sometimes buds falling off is caused from being to damp and that has caused mold.
When the bloom is finished or if it's just a bad bud cut back to the cane that has 5 leaves. You should start getting new buds in no time once cut back.
Hope this helps.
I've read that this can be caused by overwatering or an insect. Check the plant over because there are two types of insects that do this, thrips or rose midge.
Check this site for more info to make sure you don't have any diseases.
It covers anything about what can be wrong with roses.
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