One of the questions that you might ask yourself after the death of a baby is whether you will ever be able to have another baby. Family and friends might try to cheer you up by encouraging you to think about this as an option. However, it is important to grieve in the way that you need for the baby who has died and to think about another baby if and when this is right for you.
This chapter includes the following sections:
- Having another baby
- Antenatal care
- Relating to the new baby
- When you choose not to have another baby
- When it is not possible to have another baby