Help and support

Through our clinics, research centres, pregnancy information service and support line run by the team of Tommy's midwives, we are here to support parents and families who lose a baby, experience premature birth and to help everyone have a safe and healthy pregnancy.

Woman and partner having an ultrasound scan

When a pregnancy fails or a baby dies, it causes devastation. Giving birth to a premature baby is emotionally traumatic as well as physically, and parents who find themselves in these situations can be totally overwhelmed, and in desperate need of answers. 

Through our clinics, research centres, pregnancy information service and support line run by the team of Tommy's midwives, we are here to support parents and families who go through these experiences. 

Tommy's also provides NHS accredited, life saving pregnancy information to all parents around the UK, to ensure they have the safest and healthiest pregnancy possibly. 

Information and support after pregnancy loss

Information and support after premature birth

Support to have a healthy pregnancy

  • Always Ask Baby on Board

    Always Ask - why you should always trust your instincts

    Being your own champion during pregnancy is important. That’s why Tommy’s has launched a new campaign called #AlwaysAsk to encourage you to trust your instincts and speak up when it comes to health concerns in pregnancy.

  • Would you notice if your baby's movement slowed down?

    Movements matter - raising awareness of fetal movements

    Our #movementsmatter campaign, launched on 24 October, challenges dangerous myths about baby movement during pregnancy, and urges mums-to-be to follow current recommendations about what to do when they experience a change in their baby's movements. The campaign is supported by NHS England and Kicks Count.

  • Pregnant woman looking anxious.

    Mental health before, during and after pregnancy

    Although it’s normal to have periods of worry and stress when you’re pregnant, some women have feelings that don’t go away and this can be a sign of something more serious.

  • Baby yawning

    Pregnancy information

    Our midwife-led information covers everything you need to know about having a safe and healthy pregnancy, from conception to birth.