Category Archives: News

Babyloss Awareness Day

Saturday 15 October marks International Babyloss Awareness Day. It’s a special opportunity to mark the brief lives of babies lost in pregnancy, or at or shortly after birth. Some people mark the day by taking part in a Wave of … Continue reading

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Bristol Miscarriage Support Wave of Light Event

National Babyloss Awareness Day 15th October 2011 Bristol Miscarriage Support Wave of Light Event Alma Church, Alma road, Clifton, BS8 2ES from 6.30-8pm  Bristol Miscarriage Support would like to invite bereaved parents, their families and friends the opportunity to remember, … Continue reading

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Vote for Shona to help the M.A. win £10,000 to improve miscarriage support and information!

Student nurse Shona Ulyatt is one of six finalists in Avon Cosmetics’ Hello Tomorrow competition – a contest to find three projects that can make a positive difference to women, their lives and futures. She wants to make sure that … Continue reading

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Possible but not proven: pilot uNK research results

The results of Professor Siobhan Quenby’s pilot study into uNK cell levels and Prednisolone were reported to a scientific conference on 5 July 2011. We explain here what the results show and what that means. The research compared two groups … Continue reading

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New leaflets now online

We have three newly revised leaflets which you can download free from this website: Men and Miscarriage considers the needs of male partners when a baby dies in pregnancy.  It’s not all strong, silent and supportive… Molar Pregnancy focuses on … Continue reading

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‘Secret Child’

Amy Chidley is a musician who has suffered multiple miscarriages.  Her song SECRET CHILD is now available on CD to help others who have been through pregnancy loss. Amy says, “For years I have been passionate about using music as … Continue reading

Abby Scott

Abby Scott writes about her song “My bed”, written in response to Lilly Allen’s miscarriages