Understanding Pregnancy and Reproductive Loss

Pregnancy and reproductive loss can include miscarriage, infertility, stillbirth, and early infant loss, and other losses.

Feelings after reproductive loss are as unique as fingerprints. Some may find peace quickly. Others may be devastated for a long time.

It is important to not underestimate the powerful feelings that can come after a reproductive loss.

For a glimpse into how raw and painful it can be, see the anonymous stories posted on MiscarriageHurts.com. (Note: Some of these stories are raw and painful and may be difficult to read.) 

We Can Help!

We’ve researched and listened to people’s experiences after this unique kind of loss. From this knowledge, we’ve created this toolkit to guide you to helping your loved ones – and yourself – through any reproductive loss.

You are not alone.

A short video on finding peace after miscarriage.

Memorialize and process your loss with greeting cards, jewelry, booklets and other items available in our Shop on Amazon. All proceeds support the Institute of Reproductive Grief Care.

Forget Me Not Pin

Our Forget Me Not Pins help you memorialize your pregnancy or reproductive loss and show support for anyone impacted.

Forget Me Not Pins offer comfort as a symbol that we are remembering your loss, and remembering your child with you.

How to Help

Impacted by pregnancy or reproductive loss? Or was someone you love impacted?
Want to know what to do? Top 10 lists, tips, tools, and help!

ToolKit for Women ToolKit for Men Top Ten Terrific Things to Say after Reproductive Loss Top Ten Terrible Things to say after Reproductive Loss