Reading Resources for those Experiencing or Considering Pregnancy After Loss

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An article on staying positive when you’re pregnant again after a loss.

Celebrating Pregnancy Again
Author: Franchesca Cox
For a time that should be filled with pure joy and anticipation, pregnancy proves to be a fierce battle between grief and joy after the loss of a child. This book follows the author’s journey from loss to subsequent pregnancy, with encouragement along the way on how to handle the ‘new normal’ that rocks your world after facing a loss. From dealing with others in your subsequent pregnancy, to balancing grief along the way, to real-life, tangible ways of celebrating pregnancy, this book offers a unique perspective on pregnancy after loss.

Pregnancy after a Loss
Author: Carol Cirulli Lanham
A book to help guide you in a subsequent pregnancy after a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss.

SPALS – Subsequent Pregnancy After a Loss Support
Subscribe to this website where you can receive and provide support for a subsequent pregnancy after a loss.

Still To Be Born
Author: Pat Schwiebert, RN and Paul Kirk
Addresses the emotional issues of a second pregnancy after losing a baby late in a pregnancy.

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Storknet Pails of Hope
Forum designed for pregnancy/parenting after infertility and or loss.

The Bump
Message board for pregnancy after a loss.

To Full Term: A Mother’s Triumph Over Miscarriage
Author: Darci Klein
A powerful and empowering memoir of a woman’s fight to bring her fifth pregnancy to full term after years of heartbreak and horrific loss.

Trying Again: A Guide to Pregnancy After Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss
Author: Ann Douglas
Trying Again lessens the uncertainties about pregnancy after miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss by providing the facts to help you determine if you and your partner are emotionally ready for another pregnancy.

When Pregnancy Follows A Loss: Preparing for the Birth of Your New Baby
Author: Joann O’Leary, Ph.D and Clare Thorwick, RN
This booklet is a compilation of families’ experiences.

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