Brochures, links, stories of experiences, and information about loss during pregnancy.

Stories of experiences

Spörkin Telja (Kicks counts)

"Spörkin telja" is an educational material about reduced fetal movements that Gleym-mér-ei organized in collaboration with the Midwives Association of Iceland, the health care centre and the National Hospital with support from the Ministry of Health and the National Medical Board.

All mothers-to-be receive a booklet delivered to maternity care, which discusses the baby's movements during pregnancy, together with information on how to promote a healthy pregnancy. A video was also made that is shown to expectant mothers in maternity care.

Að Verða Foreldri (To be a parent)

Walking with a baby can be an exciting and wonderful time as parents prepare for the arrival of a new person in the family. We are concerned about your pregnancy, so we offer the following advice.

Read more on the brochure, link is below.

To be parent brochure


  • Star Legacy Foundation

    The Star Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to reducing pregnancy loss and neonatal death and improving care for families who experience such tragedies.

  • SANDS org.

    Sands is the leading stillbirth and neonatal death charity in the UK. Sands exists to reduce the number of babies dying and to ensure that anyone affected by the death of a baby receives the best possible care and support for as long as they need it.

  • TOMMY’s – Still birth

    Tommy’s is now the largest UK charity researching the causes and prevention of pregnancy complications, miscarriage, stillbirth, premature birth and neonatal death.

  • Still Birth Foundation

  • Fósturmissir – ein af hverjum þremur

    Book in Icelandic. Information and stories about fetus loss. 

  • Fossvogur Cementery

    There is a beautiful memorial and burial ground for foetuses in Fossvogur Cemetery, along with a monument to life that stands in front of Fossvogur’s Church.

  • Pastoral care of priests and deacons at Landspitali

    Those who lose a pregnancy can have an interview with a deacon or priest who has expertise in trauma and grief. The interviews are independent of religious beliefs.

  • Sorgarmiðstöð

    Regular open houses and educational talks about fetal loss and coping with grief.