Tommy’s Professor Jan Brosen is using a test to find the optimum time for women who’ve suffered miscarriage to conceive. This test may be able to detect when the womb is ready for a baby.
Tommy’s supporter Niamh Corrigan’s life was tragically taken in a road accident in 2015. Since her death, friends and family have raised enough money to run a Tommy’s Research Clinic in her name.
Pregnancy following a loss can feel very difficult. Sam from Storms and Rainbows writes about her experience of pregnancy after loss and recurrent miscarriage.
Professor Heazell says cases like Kassadie’s reminds us of the need for more research into pregnancy complications
A 20 week scan revealed Kassadie-Maria was very poorly. Her mother Clare Conway was prepared for the worst but baby Kassadie has defied all expectations.
Richard from Shoebox of Memories writes about recent cases of 'internet trolls' targeting bereaved parents.
These gorgeous octopus toys have been found to soothe premature babies and improve their breathing and cardiac patterns.
We're so excited about this new rainbow baby bodysuit from Mothercare UK and Jools Oliver, which will support families such as Jennifer's.
Nicole McClean suffered from pre-eclampsia and her baby Olivia was born 12 weeks prematurely. She has suffered numerous setbacks but she is ‘the happiest little girl with a cheeky personality.’
Tommy’s bereavement midwives commend the use of a cuddle cot which gave grieving parents Charlotte and Attila Szakacs 16 days with their daughter after she passed away.
Our research associate Helen Williams says that it is common for women to feel guilty about being unable to give their existing child or children a sibling.