The IMPS study looks at women’s experiences of care in pregnancy following stillbirth and neonatal death.
Blogger Laura Costello tells us how much the phrase "time is healer" has rung true for her and her partner Amy two years after miscarrying with their rainbow in their arms.
'I hope this film will bring more understanding around what happens in a family when their baby dies'
Director Debbie writes about the challenges she has faced in making this powerful documentary about stillbirth, given 4 stars in a Guardian review.
After chlamydia featured in Whitney and Lee's story line on EastEnders as a possible cause for miscarriage, the Director of Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research offers this advice.
As Whitney and Lee experience the heartbreak of miscarriage, Tommy’s helps the EastEnders research team on the story line
Jessica Mahoney says, "Six babies lost to have the honour to carry this rainbow baby. I hope my story helps someone else to know they are not alone."
“Daisy would have celebrated her fifth Birthday this year, I honestly cannot think of better ways to celebrate her anniversary and do something with people I love in her memory.”
Many women, like blogger Jodie Melling, have never heard of pre-eclampsia before finding themselves at risk of developing it. Our research is working to predict the risk and prevent the chance of women developing this potential dangerous complication.
It is important to understand that some question can be painful to someone who is struggling with pregnancy complications or loss.
Curtis Wiklund's drawing went viral after he shared on Instagram to comfort others who are hurting.