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It's natural to want to try for another pregnancy. The recommendation is to attempt again once you are feeling physically and emotionally ready for the journey. Here are some tips to support you through this next stage.

Emotional Preparation

  • Have an open conversation with your health care providers about any concerns and ask for the pregnancy to be monitored carefully. 
  • Some people choose to hold off on preparing for the baby in the traditional sense of holding baby showers or setting up a home nursery until after the baby’s arrival.

  • Refresh on the resources you used to manage your grief previously. Reviewing the strategies or mechanisms that helped you through before can be good practice for when the baby arrives, as this time might bring up intense feelings and emotions.
  • Speak to your healthcare provider about possible support groups or counselors who can support you during this emotional time.