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ourlittleangels_ivfaust is a support group for women & men who have lost their baby/s during their pregnancy or after their babies are born.
Many of our members have been down the hard road of IVF only to lose their little bundles.
While IVF is how many of our members have conceived we welcome ALL those who have lost a baby regardless of how they got their little angel.
It is a place to share stories, photos and support with others who have walked in your shoes.

While we feel so very sorry for anyone who has experienced loss we do not accept those into the group who have terminated a pregnancy other than for medical reasons as many of the couples in this group have had extremely hard journeys trying to conceive their little ones.

With the loss of a pregnancy/baby comes many emotions and it is nice to have a place to discuss this with others who know what your going through.
Many couples will try again and this can be a painful and exciting all at once for both involved.

This is a place to talk to others about things such as miscarriage, stillborns, neonatal death, SIDS and starting again with another pregnancy or life without children.

If you feel you'd be an active and supportive member in our little community, then please feel free to apply, as there is always room for one more. :-) To join, a Yahoo ID is required and then just click the "Join This Group!" button, follow the instructions and you'll be chatting away in no time!

Brenda (Owner/Moderator, OUR LITTLE ANGELS IVFAUST)

OCTOBER 15TH - PREGNANCY AND INFANT LOSS REMEMBRANCE DAY

Group Information

  • 35
  • Loss of Child
  • Jun 19, 2006
  • English

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