A new life/Trying again
For some people, this is the last thing thay want to think about. For others its the only thing thay can think about. However you are thinking, you are not alone, and it is perfictly normal to have these feelings. Here is just some of the support that is on offer. And remember, that we are allways here if you need to talk.
Would you like to know more about how to have a healthy pregnancy? Ask a Tommy's midwife!
Thanks to a grant from the Asda Foundation you can now
call Tommy’s midwives for free for expert advice on healthy pregnancies on ,
or email us at email@example.com.
Tommy's PregnancyLine is there to help mums-to-be, their partners, family members and friends, and also health professionals looking for specialist advice.
Our experienced midwives specialise in advice on healthy lifestyle choices, and can help you with issues such as what to eat in pregnancy, or quitting smoking. We are also there to help if you have suffered a pregnancy loss by providing counselling and advice about care and treatment, including how you can plan for your next pregnancy.
This service is open Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm. We aim to respond to all email enquiries within five working days, although if we are very busy, this may take a little longer. If you have an urgent pregnancy concern, always contact your local labour ward for advice.
The Sands Forum exists to offer you a safe and supportive place where
the death of a baby can be acknowledged, understood and to help lessen the isolation that many people feel following this devastating experience.
The death of a baby can happen to any one of us. A baby may have been stillborn or died during or soon after birth. He or she may have spent some time in a special care baby unit. It may be that the baby died at an earlier stage of pregnancy (late miscarriage) or that his or her parents had to make the difficult decision to end the pregnancy. Sands, and the Sands Forum offers support whenever a baby dies.
As well as supporting mothers, fathers and same sex partners, the Forum is available to other members of the family, including grandparents and siblings (over the age of 14). Many other people may be touched by a baby’s death, including friends, colleagues and health care staff. The Sands Forum is open to anyone affected by the death of a baby, irrespective of their gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, age, nationality, national origin, sexuality, religion or belief, marital status and social class.
Here are the links for you to read and join if you wish-