After the death of a baby or babies there often comes the question of if and when do we try again? For some, the experience of their baby’s death opens a range of questions to be considered before moving forward and deciding what to do, and for others there is a stronger sense than ever of the desire to have a child. No matter where you are at, the decision to have another baby after a loss is a truly personal one based on a range of factors.
To be or not to be pregnant again…. that is the question.
By Robyn McKinnon|2016-10-13T17:20:14-04:00August 18th, 2014|
About the Author: Robyn McKinnon
Robyn McKinnon is a professional counsellor in private practice from Tasmania, Australia. She offers phone and face to face counselling as well as professionally facilitated support groups and workshops for families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss, including those on the journey of pregnancy and parenting a new baby after a loss. Robyn is a founding member of the Tasmanian Pregnancy and Infant Loss Services Alliance, and well recognised in her community for the work she has done supporting families over the years. Robyn is a proud mum to 2 rainbow children, and to her first born son Adam who died in 2009.
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