Pregnancy After A Loss

Pregnancy after a loss can be an extremely anxious and scary thing amid the joy of successfully conceiving again. It’s hard to let yourselves be excited knowing firsthand how delicate life can be. I hope you find comfort in these resources and that you have a healthy, happy baby at the end of your pregnancy journey.

Online Resources:

Star Legacy Foundation :

Pregnancy After a Loss information (When should I try to conceive after a loss? What kind of emotional/physical care might I need? What should I expect after delivery?) They also offer online weekly support meetings for those going through Pregnancy After a Loss as well as support for many other groups during grief.

Pregnancy After Loss Support (PALS) :

“Pregnancy After Loss Support (PALS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and community support resource for women experiencing the confusing and conflicting emotions of grief mixed with joy during the journey through pregnancy after loss. PALS seeks to help expectant mothers celebrate their current pregnancy by choosing hope over fear while still nurturing and honoring the grief over the loss of their deceased child.

PALS services include an online magazine, online peer-moderated support groups, local meet-ups, outreach and education through speaking and tabling at professional conferences, resource listings for families and healthcare providers, and a newsletter.” They offer many ways to get involved, share your story, and find PALS in your community. You can even find pregnancy after loss affirmations to help keep your eyes on hope over fear as you walk your journey. Additionally, they host the annual Waddle Walk event to help raise funds to continue to support parents who are trying to conceive, pregnant, and parenting after loss.

You can also donate to PALS here.