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Help us turn the UK pink & blue this October

6th August 2018

Raising awareness for Baby Loss Awareness Week, one building at a time The Miscarriage Association is excited to be working alongside more than 60 organisations for this year’s Baby Loss Awareness Week (9-15 October), a very special annual event to mark the brief lives of babies lost in pregnancy or at or shortly after birth. […]

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New survey – pregnancy loss and mental health

2nd August 2018

The Miscarriage Association is there for anyone who has been affected by miscarriage, ectopic or molar pregnancy. At the moment we are thinking about pregnancy loss and mental health. You don’t need a particular diagnosis to experience poor mental health. We know lots of you have experienced ongoing difficult feelings and experiences relating to your […]

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Seeking views on registration of pregnancy loss

21st February 2018

When a baby dies before 24 weeks of pregnancy, there is currently no requirement – or opportunity – to recognise his or her brief life with an official birth or death certificate. While some parents may be relieved that they don’t have to face registering their loss, others find this threshold very difficult to deal […]

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Wave of Light

15th November 2017

Today we’re remembering last month’s Wave of Light, with a video of some of the hundreds of candles that lit up our social media pages. Thank you to everyone who allowed us to include their very special photos and to Itty Bitty Beats​ for giving us permission to use their beautiful song, ‘The Last Lullaby’. […]

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New research testing for risk of miscarriage

1st November 2017

The Telegraph reports today: ‘Women could be told from the beginning of pregnancy if they are at high risk of miscarriage or premature birth thanks to a highly accurate new tests. Leading scientists have described as “very exciting” a breakthrough technique which can detect serious complications months in advance, giving doctors the chance to intervene […]

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