Together for change
In the UK, 1 in 4 pregnancies will end in miscarriage, stillbirth or premature birth.
The emotional impact this has is devastating and leaves parents with so many unanswered questions.
There is still silence and shame around baby loss. But if we can talk about it openly and honestly, not only can we help each other feel less alone, but we can also pave the way for greater awareness and more research to stop it happening.
Watch the #TogetherForChange film
Breaking the silence
Watch and listen to parents sharing their experience of baby loss, including how they felt, what it was like to tell others, the effect it had on their relationships, and what helped them.
Becoming pregnant again
You might be eager to try again, or not quite ready to think about the future – here are some things to consider when planning your next pregnancy.
Talking about baby loss can be difficult. But its a taboo that we must break.
After the loss of a much wanted baby, it is completely natural to have feelings of jealousy and you are not alone.
We all grieve differently, and this can be difficult for couples when their baby dies.
Remembering your baby
It can be difficult to know how to remember your baby, and keep their memory present in you and your family's life. Our mums and dads share how they remember their babies.
It can be so hard to say, 'I've lost a baby.' There is no right or wrong way to tell friends and family. Find the time and words that work best for you.
After the death of your baby, it is natural to feel a whole range of emotions, including struggle with grief, anxiety, shock and numbness. Our mums and dad explore how to understand and come to terms with how you feel.
It may be hard to know what to do or say when someone close to you has lost a baby, but here are some suggestions.