Support after miscarriage

Miscarriage can be devastating. Find out what support is available if you or a loved one has experienced a miscarriage, ectopic or molar pregnancy.
  • Your feelings and emotions after a miscarriage

    Losing your baby at any stage of pregnancy can be extremely difficult. We are so sorry for your loss and hope you can find some support and comfort here.
    Your feelings and emotions after a miscarriage
  • Your relationship with your partner after a miscarriage

    Some couples find going through miscarriage makes their relationship stronger. Others find it pushes them apart. We hope this helps you find a way through.
    Your relationship with your partner after a miscarriage
  • Grieving for your baby after a miscarriage

    There is no right or wrong way to feel about pregnancy loss. If you’re struggling with your feelings, it’s important to ask for help.
    Grieving for your baby after a miscarriage
  • Talking to children about miscarriage

    A miscarriage can affect everyone, including any live children you already have. You will need to decide whether to tell them what happened.
    Talking to children about miscarriage
  • Remembering your baby after a miscarriage

    You have the right to remember your baby and mark your loss in whatever way feels right to you. Not everyone wants to mark their loss, and that’s fine too.
    Remembering your baby after a miscarriage
  • Supporting dads and partners through miscarriage

    If you are looking at this page, your partner may have had a miscarriage, an ectopic or a molar pregnancy. We are so sorry for your loss.
    Supporting dads and partners through miscarriage
  • Miscarriage and your rights at work

    More and more workplaces are recognising that people may need extra support and time off after a miscarriage. But more can and should be done.
    Miscarriage and your rights at work
  • Other organisations that can support you after a miscarriage

    Having a miscarriage can impact on your physical and emotional health, but you are not alone. There are lots of organisations that can give advice and support.
    Other organisations that can support you after a miscarriage