We know antenatal test
results can sometimes
be challenging.
We’re here to help.

Pregnancy isn’t always predictable. Every year over 20,000 expectant parents will get the news that their baby may not be developing as expected.

Antenatal Results and Choices can give you impartial information and support to help you decide on your next steps.

A unique and vital safe place for parents.

Worried about an antenatal result? You’ve reached the right place.

Our charity is here to support you if you receive a scan result that shows your baby may not be developing as expected. We give you the information and support you need to make your own decision about what to do next.

Find out more
  • After diagnosis

    You may be looking at this section because your health care team have told you that your baby has a genetic or physical condition or is not developing as expected. It is likely to be a worrying time for you.

  • Dealing with loss

    Want to talk? We’re here as often as you need us. Our helpline is answered by trained staff.

  • Resources

    We have put together a selection of stories written by men and women that have been affected by prenatal diagnosis and baby loss. The stories cover a range of experiences and emotions.


Time to talk TFMR Live Podcast Event

We are very excited to announce another live Time To Talk TFMR podcast recording event on Wednesday, 5th June 2024! Join us as a live audience member while we record our panel of experts answering your questions on all aspects of termination for medical reasons. The expert panel, chaired by Time to Talk TFMR’s podcast host Hayley Manning, […]

ARC’s National Conference for Professionals – 4th October 2024

Diagnosis and Decisions – optimal care through antenatal testing and its consequences We are excited to announce details of our in person conference for healthcare professionals! This will be held on Friday 4th October 2024 at the Hallam Conference Centre in London. Just £10 for professionals, this conference is a key opportunity to hear from world-renowned […]

Even though I did really trust the hospital, sometimes it’s just nice to be able to talk to someone who’s not associated.

Knowing that you are not alone in your feelings, and that others understand what you are experiencing, is a great comfort.

I managed to double my target on fundraising, and I hope it means families who end up going through the same terrible decisions regarding a wanted child have the help and support they need from ARC.

We know it’s hard for health care professionals to give news that no expectant parent is ever prepared for.

Get the support and training you need.

We know how pressured your working environment can be. How do you deal with the particular challenges that can come from seeing a fetal anomaly on a scan? How do you approach giving parents genetic test results? We are here to provide the support and training you need.

  • Case Café

    A monthly online event for healthcare professionals working in antenatal care. We aim to provide an informal forum for discussion on all aspects of this complex area of healthcare.

  • Training

    We provide in-house, online and London-based training to professionals and students.

  • ARC E-news

    Sign up for our quarterly newsletter for health care professionals


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