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Support groups

We have a UK-wide network of support volunteers who have been through pregnancy loss themselves and who run miscarriage and pregnancy loss support group meetings, some face to face and some online.

All our groups offer an opportunity to meet with others who have experienced pregnancy loss, to share thoughts, feelings and experiences in a safe and supportive atmosphere.  It can make such a difference to be with people who have been through something similar.

Zoom support groups

We have a number of pregnancy loss support groups, including a Pregnant After Loss group, meeting via Zoom. Like our in-person support groups, anyone affected by pregnancy loss, including partners, is welcome to attend these online meetings.  You can choose whether to have your camera on or not, and whether to talk or not – whatever feels most comfortable.

Support volunteer, Brigitte, says:

If you’ve found it hard getting to a support group now’s your chance to try one without travelling miles! You can say as much as you want or just listen and know you’re not the only one feeling like you do. You can even give a few groups a try.

How to join a Zoom support group

You can book to join one of our free support sessions via Eventbrite.

When you sign up, you will automatically recieve the link to join – you can sign up right up until the start time.

We have several sessions running each month; if there only appear to be a few groups available, please check back as we update them frequently.

If you have any questions, or any trouble booking on to the sessions, please do contact juanita@miscarriageassociation.org.uk.

View our support groups here and book your place.

A Zoom support group member comments:

It was the first I attended and words can’t begin to describe how incredible I found it. It was good to finally be able to share my experience with another group of women who’d been through similar. I wanted to give each and every one of them a virtual hug! I have woken today feeling the best that I have since the situation began, and finally feel like a weight has been lifted.

Another attendee says:

Thank you for making it such a safe place to share. It really was so helpful for both me and my partner – he also felt so heard. Will definitely come again.

Face-to-face support groups


A face to face group is featured in this short film: https://vimeo.com/189928420

The thought of going to a support group can be daunting – but for many, like Sara, it is a very positive experience.

I was quite nervous of going and I was worried I might break down in front of a group of strangers. As it happened I found the session extremely helpful and I am really looking forward to going again.

For anyone who’s anxious about going to a group, give it a try. You will be in a supportive environment, often a small group and you don’t have to share unless you’re ready to. Sometimes you realise more about your own feelings by listening to others.