Mum Michelle Caton Richards has blogged about how her baby’s premature birth has caused her to suffer post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD.) We want to reassure parents of preemies that they shouldn't suffer alone and that there is help available.
A BBC One documentary highlighting two mothers' harrowing experiences of postpartum psychosis has won a MIND media award.
Athanasios Georgakas, a PhD student working on a project funded by Tommy's tells us about his incredible research into the role of damaged sperm DNA in unexplained miscarriage.
The problem of premature birth in the UK needs to be addressed. Too many parents are currently enduring this anxious experience that can have a lasting impact.
Professor Andy Shennan, Clinical Director of Tommy’s Preterm Surveillance Clinic, says that we are now able to help women who ten years ago we wouldn’t have been able to.
After two previous full term pregnancies, Tommy’s supporter Karen Jones was completely unprepared when her waters broke at 27 weeks.
We are pleased that Birmingham, where part of Tommy's National Miscarriage Centre is based, will be one of the first places to implement new changes to improve maternity care across the country.
Photographer Red wants to send a message of hope to all those parents sat beside an incubator.
Tommy's funded PhD student Emily Colley has taken time out of her pioneering research into saving babies' lives to talk to us.
After giving birth to her baby at 26 weeks and spending time in the NICU, blogger Sarah shares some pointers for parents of premature babies.