Pregnancy After Loss


Pregnancy is normally associated with high hopes and expectations for the future. However for those of us who have lost a child at any stage of pregnancy or after birth, finding out you’re pregnant again can bring a mix of emotions and can be a very daunting and anxious time. Pregnancy after loss, unfortunately, feels nothing like pregnancy before our innocence was taken away. Decisions that once seemed simple become complicated and milestones you once reached with ease now feel like you’re climbing mountains.

Many parents experience a rollercoaster of mixed emotions; still grieving the child you lost while hoping that you’ll become a parent once again and bring this baby home to raise and nurture.

We know how hard this time can be and we’d like to support you every step of your pregnancy journey, helping you to choose hope over fear.

Our Hopes…

Those going through the journey of pregnancy after loss find support from people who understand what an anxious and scary time it can be. We hope that by sharing your hopes and fears with others you can find comfort and support to help you cope.

Support Meetings

We hold regular Pregnancy After Loss support meetings where you will meet other bereaved mums and dads who are on similar journeys and who can identify with the rollercoaster of emotions that you may be feeling.  Sometimes, it’s good just to know that you are not alone, but even more than that, to know that what you are feeling is ‘normal’ given what you’ve been through.

Online Resources

Please visit our private Facebook Group (ALLF PAL) to connect with others in a supportive peer to peer community, where you can be open and honest about your feelings and share your experiences with others who know what you are going through.


Our meetings are facilitated by our bereavement therapist Dr Peter Hanlon and a member of our support team.

Visit Meeting dates  for the date of the next meeting.

Please email or fill out the contact form if you would like to attend.