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The latest news from the Miscarriage Association

Medical management of miscarriage – the MifeMiso trial results

25th August 2020

When an ultrasound scan shows that a pregnancy has ended but the process of miscarriage hasn’t started or completed, women are usually [1] offered a choice about how to manage the situation: natural management (also called expectant or conservative management): letting nature take its course; medical management: using medication to begin or speed up the […]

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Introducing a new ambassador for the M.A.

7th July 2020

We are delighted to welcome our new ambassador, former Strictly professional, Natalie Lowe! Natalie begins her new role in our team with a very special announcement about our new and exciting fundraising challenge, Miles That Matter. Our goal is to raise £25,000 to fund our helpline for 100 days. We also hope to raise awareness of […]

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Virtual Hugs: a new resource

26th May 2020

Today the Miscarriage Association is launching a new resource to help people reach out to support someone they know who’s been affected by miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy or molar pregnancy. We’ve created a series of warm and thoughtful ‘Virtual Hugs‘, which can be downloaded and sent to someone in a message on a phone. At a […]

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The TwoPointSixChallenge

22nd April 2020

Thank you so much to everyone who has already signed up for the Miscarriage Association’s #TwoPointSixChallenge on 26 April – the day the London Marathon should have been taking place. With so many fundraising events cancelled, the 2.6 challenge is a great way for people to help us keep the Miscarriage Association’s support and information […]

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Here to help you through

14th April 2020

Miscarriage, ectopic or molar pregnancy can be devastating under any circumstances.  For many women and their partners, it means the loss not only of their baby but also of the plans, hopes and dreams they had for this new life. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is undoubtedly adding to this distress, so we want you to know that […]

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New clinical guidance and patient information from the RCOG

3rd April 2020

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have this evening published guidance for rationalising early pregnancy services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  The guidance has been produced to support early pregnancy services during the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, with two audiences in mind: Clinicians and service and hospital managers Pages 2-11 are primarily for clinicians and […]

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