Our National Centre for Miscarriage Research is nearly 8 months old! Read about our fantastic achievements so far and how you can be involved in ending the heartache of miscarriage.
Jess from The Legacy of Leo writes about coping with grief through the festive season and the beautiful way she and her wife are commemorating their baby boy Leo, born sleeping last January.
Tommy’s is pleased to see that recent Mumsnet Survey results show big improvements in miscarriage care, but there are still some worrying trends which need to be addressed.
Karen Jones tells us about her daughter Elinor’s first Christmas, spent in hospital after she was born at 29 weeks.
Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research has started the first miscarriage support group in London for parents who want to talk about their loss.
Tommy’s Stillbirth Research Centre in Manchester is looking into the role of the failing placenta in causing fetal growth restriction (FGR), the leading cause of stillbirth in the UK.
Author Laura Lawrence wrote a book for her son Dylan to help him understand, after he kept asking where the baby in his mum’s tummy had gone.
Researchers have found that pregnancies conceived within 6 months of a miscarriage are more likely to be successful than those who wait before trying again.
After losing two babies to stillbirth and neonatal death, Jackie Knowles feared the worst when Anais was born at 23 weeks. She is now five years old.
Allison shares with us her thoughts on the media’s approach to baby loss, on what needs to change and what parents must be aware of if they are looking to share their story.