Women left unsupported after miscarriages

Posted in Feed Play Love.

Many couples are told not to tell everyone they are pregnant until they are 12 weeks in, because miscarriage in that time is common.

But Samantha Payne from The Pink Elephants Support Network says that needs to change.

New research has shown that women are not being adequately supported after a miscarriage.

She explains why sharing a pregnancy early can help change how people deal with miscarriage, and what needs to change in how women, in particular, are supported by doctors and nurses. 

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