The following pages provide links to other resources relating to pregnancy loss and pregnancy-related problems. We hope that you will find them of use.
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The Miscarriage Association is not and cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or quality of material in linked resources, nor do we necessarily share views or opinions expressed. New sites appear every day, largely unchecked and unregulated and it can be difficult to assess their value. The Miscarriage Association will do its best to avoid links to sites which are clearly inaccurate, biased, product-linked or potentially offensive.
Do remember that different countries may have different definitions of miscarriage, use different terminology and offer differing care, investigations or treatment. Similarly there are likely to be inconsistencies between the advice and information given by different health professionals or other information providers.
The baby mailing preference service – where you can register to stop baby-related mailings
SANDS: Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society – UK charity which provides support and information on stillbirth and neonatal death
The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists – a site containing useful information, articles and professional guidelines
Fertility Network UK – a national charity for those experiencing fertility problems, offering face-to-face and telephone support and information at regional and national level.
Scottish Care and Information on Miscarriage (SCIM) – Providing counselling for miscarriage, neonatal death and stillbirth
Ashermans Syndrome – information and support for and from people suffering from Asherman’s Syndrome
molarpregnancy.co.uk – detailed information on molar pregnancy and links to personal stories
Hughes Syndrome Foundation – a site offering support and information regarding Hughes syndrome (antiphospholipid syndrome)
TAMBA, the charity that supports parents of twins and multiples, also has a bereavement group for parents who lose one of more of their babies during pregnancy or at or after birth.
Unique – rare chromosone disorder support group
The Patients’ Association – guidance on patients’ rights, improving medical services, how to complain etc.
Samaritans – here 24 hours a day. Freephone telel: 116123
The Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington
The Association of Early Pregnancy Units – information about local clinics and guidelines for hospitals and health professionals
babyloss.com – a site offering support, chatrooms etc. regarding pregnancy loss. Hosts a message board for anyone affected by pregnancy loss.
babies remembered– U.S. A. website of writer Sherokee Ilse, offering support, referrals and resources after pregnancy or infant loss.
BabyCentre – similar to the above, this is a UK version of the US babycenter.com
Catholic Miscarriage Support – advice on prayer and liturgy.
CHANA – Chana offers support to couples dealing with fertility issues in the Jewish Community
Jewish Women’s Aid: run by and for Jewish women
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy – a register of trained and accredited counsellors
The UK Council for Psychotherapy – national register of psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors
Therapy Directory – a directory of complementary therapists in the UK.
Fertility Friends – a UK site that can offer support for women and couples who have experienced both pregnancy loss and infertility
Hypnotherapy Directory – directory of registered hypnotherapists in the UK
Mothers 35 Plus – information and resources for older mothers, older mothers-to-be and would-be older mothers
Endometriosis SHE Trust (UK) – help, holistic information and support to women with endometriosis and everyone else interested
Tommy’s – the site of the UK charity which funds research into prematurity, pre-eclampsia and miscarriage
Pregnancy Choices? – A Swindon-based charity offering support after pregnancy loss.
Women’s Aid – the UK charity offering support and advice on domestic violence
Women’s Health Information – run by a doctor, general health info site including information on fertility and miscarriage
The American Pregnancy Association – a national non-profit health organization committed to promoting reproductive and pregnancy wellness. US site for women needing support for a potential miscarriage complication.
International Council on Infertility Information and Dissemination – US site giving info and advice on infertility and related issues
WellMother.com – US site focussing on emotional health of pregnant women, including depression after miscarriage
Women’s Health Channel – provides information on women-related conditions, with forums, links to clinical trials, resources, etc – largely U.S. based