Experiencing a pregnancy loss
Losing a baby during pregnancy can be devastating and you might experience a range of emotions. Find out what’s normal and what might help you cope.
A miscarriage is the loss of a baby, usually during the first three months or first trimester of pregnancy.
Emotional support after miscarriage
It is important to know that there is no right or wrong way to feel after experiencing a miscarriage.
Your body after stillbirth or neonatal death
After a stillbirth or neonatal death, your body may experience changes that come with giving birth. Find out what to expect and where to find support.
An ectopic pregnancy is when a pregnancy implants outside your womb, usually in a fallopian tube. Read about ectopic pregnancy symptoms and treatment.
A molar pregnancy is a type of pregnancy where a baby does not develop. A molar pregnancy can be either complete or partial.
A blighted ovum is a type of miscarriage usually at 7-12 weeks of pregnancy.
What is a stillbirth?
The cause of a stillbirth is often unknown, but you can help to lower the risk. Learn about prevention, warning signs and giving birth to a stillborn ...