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A miscarriage is the loss of a baby, usually during the first three months or first trimester of pregnancy.

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Fathers and miscarriage

A miscarriage can be a time of great sadness for the father as well as the mother.

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Emotional support after miscarriage

It is important to know that there is no right or wrong way to feel after experiencing a miscarriage.

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What happens after miscarriage

There are a number of things you may need to consider after a miscarriage.

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What really happens during a miscarriage

Understand what actually happens during a miscarriage and what you might see and feel. Please be warned that this article contains some graphic descriptions.

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New research on vitamin B3 and miscarriages

Pregnant women are being warned not to start taking vitamin B3 supplements, despite a recent study that suggests it might reduce the risk of miscarriages and birth defects.

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Miscarriage Despite being common and widespread, miscarriage can be a heartbreaking experience  – with up to one in five pregnancies ending before week 20

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Helping you understand the complex range of emotions you may experience during fertility treatment or after miscarriage or early pregnancy loss

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Miscarriage: a guide for men | Raising Children Network

This Dads Guide to Pregnancy covers miscarriage, the grief men might experience after miscarriage, and how to support partners after pregnancy loss.

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The Pink Elephants Support Network - Medical Options for Recurrent Miscarriage

In some cases, a medical reason for miscarriage or recurrent miscarriage can be found through testing

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