Support for parents that have lost a baby

Losing a baby is undoubtedly one of the most harrowing experiences parents can go through; it will be an agonising and challenging time but there are plenty of people out there that can help you and offer you the support you need. If you have lost a baby, you will usually be advised to undergo a course of counselling, which can be arranged by your GP and is available on the NHS. There are also numerous charities which offer local support groups and telephone help lines; most of these are free of charge and all have a confidentiality policy; examples of these charities include Tommy’s, The Miscarriage Association, SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society), Babyloss and the Child Death Helpline; you can search online for their contact details, ask your GP or consult the NHS website for links to their pages.

Guide to Pregnancy


Backache during Pregnancy

Constipation during Pregnancy

Eating during pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancy

Heartburn and Indigestion During Pregnancy


Morning sickness

Piles during Pregnancy

Stages of pregnancy




Support for parents that have lost a baby

Pregnancy Tests