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In partnership with Warwick University, Tommy’s charity has developed a new online tool to support women who have had one or more miscarriages. This tool has been developed to eliminate the disparity in miscarriage care across the UK and to support those at higher risk of miscarriage. They aim to reach and support those from Black, Asian and Mixed Heritage backgrounds as well as those from lower socio-economic areas and empower them to advocated for their own care.

Using research conducted by Professor Siobhan Quenby, users can find out their chance of a successful next pregnancy, as well as personalised information and support. Users are given information on tests and treatments available to them, in line with the latest NHS and NICE guidelines, positive lifestyle changes to decrease pregnancy complications and signposting to mental health support and peer support groups. Those who complete the tool and are of higher risk of miscarriage are offered a 1:1 video appointment with a Tommy’s midwife.

The hope is that this tool will not only support women and birthing people who have experienced miscarriage but also support GPs with miscarriage care.

Please visit and share the Tommy’s Miscarriage Support Tool:

For more information about the research behind the tool please click here

If you are a GP and would like a poster to print out for your waiting area or to give to patients, please email rebecca.sweetman@UHCW.NHS.UK

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