The UK's leading baby charity working to prevent sudden deaths and promote health. Lullaby funds research, supports bereaved families and promotes safe baby care advice, including a helpline for bereaved parents and their families, friends, neighbours and anyone else who has experienced the sudden death of a baby.
We know that miscarriage can be a very unhappy, frightening and lonely experience. If you have been affected by the loss of a baby in pregnancy, whether recently or long ago, we hope that you will find here support, information and comfort.
The Hughes Syndrome Foundation is the only UK registered charity dedicated to helping people affected by Hughes/antiphospholipid syndrome. We aim to raise awareness of Hughes/antiphospholipid syndrome throughout the UK and offer information, support and advice to as many people as possible.
Funds medical research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth and provides information on having a healthy baby. Raises awareness of the facts and provides free, accurate and up-to-date information for medical professionals and parents-to-be. This includes a dedicated telephone midwife service, a comprehensive website and free books and leaflets dedicated to promoting health in pregnancy and pre-pregnancy.
Chloe’s “Count the Kicks” Campaign want to raise awareness of the risks surrounding later stages of pregnancy and to empower expectant Mums to take responsibility of their own health and care and that of their unborn babies. We want to ensure expectant Mums work with their midwives and health care providers by being aware of the risks they could face during pregnancy and birth, and by being aware of their baby’s movements and development. We want to ensure every expectant Mum has the confidence to call for advice if they are worried at all.
Life After Loss is an online support community set up in November 2006 by bereaved mothers who find support and friendship through sharing their grief over the loss of a baby at any stage of pregnancy or after birth.
For families who have lost one or more children from a multiple birth, during pregnancy or at any stage afterwards. The Bereavement Support Group provides parent to parent support through a befriending service, all our befrienders are volunteers who have suffered a loss from a multiple pregnancy themselves.
The Lone Twin Network (LTN) is a support network, primarily serving the UK, but with many members overseas. All members are surviving twins and have that unique understanding of what it means to lose part of youself when your twin - identical or fraternal - dies. Our membership comprises surviving twins who lost their sibling before, at or around birth; in childhood or as an adult.
A registered national charity, established to meet the needs of people who have experienced ectopic pregnancy and the health care professionals who care for them. The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust believes that the deaths and trauma associated with ectopic pregnancy should be prevented and seeks to both relieve the distress associated with it and provide ongoing support.
The Ectopic Pregnancy Foundation (EPF) has been established with the aim of improving the care of women with a diagnosis, or possible diagnosis, of ectopic pregnancy. We hope to reduce the morbidity and maternal mortality caused by this common condition. For patients the website provides information on what an ectopic pregnancy is, plus the risk factors, symptoms, investigations and treatment options.