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Research into late pregnancy loss

5th February 2024

We are supporting the MiNESS 20-28 study, which is looking at factors which might be linked to pregnancy losses between 20 and 28 weeks of pregnancy. In the UK, 1,600 babies a year die during this period, and it’s important to know if there are practical steps that could reduce this number. This excellent video […]

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What impact does the Miscarriage Association have?

29th January 2024

We’re delighted to release our new-look online 2022-2023 Impact Report. Inside we talk about the impact of our work, introduce some of our brilliant fundraisers and provide highlights of our achievements. A big thank you to everyone who fundraised, contributed, worked or volunteered alongside us during this time, helping us to make a difference for […]

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Here for you this festive season

8th December 2022

We know that facing the festive season can sometimes be a struggle for those who have been through pregnancy loss. At a time when children are often at the forefront of everyone’s minds, many of you will be thinking about your lost babies and what might have been. You might already be thinking about ways […]

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Baby Loss Awareness Week 2022

9th October 2022

Today marks the start of Baby Loss Awareness Week, a special annual event to remember babies lost in pregnancy or during or soon after birth and to raise public awareness of pregnancy and baby loss. On our social media channels we will be sharing stories written by people who have experienced miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy and […]

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Pregnancy after miscarriage: resources to help you through

29th September 2022

Pregnancy after a previous miscarriage, ectopic or molar pregnancy* can be really tough. Many people experience challenging mixed emotions including guilt, fear, anxiety, worry, hope and relief. These feelings, and many more, are very normal. * Please note that we often use the term ‘pregnancy loss’ to include miscarriage, ectopic and molar pregnancy. But sometimes, […]

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