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Miscarriage Support Tool

Find out your chance of a successful next pregnancy.
Get personalised information and support.

This tool has been developed for people who have had 1 or more miscarriages* and are considering a next pregnancy or are under 12 weeks pregnant.

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*Miscarriage is the loss of a baby before 24 weeks.


This includes late, early, molar, chemical and missed/silent miscarriages.

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*Miscarriage is the loss of a baby before 24 weeks.


This includes late, early, molar, chemical and missed/silent miscarriages.

If you are experiencing grief or mental ill-health following a pregnancy loss please use this tool in a safe environment with support, for example with a trusted partner, friend or family member.

Your results will be made available to you to bring to a health professional if you wish

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This tool has been developed using data from research carried out by The Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research. Find out more about the research and data used to power this tool.

Funded by the DCMS Tampon Tax Fund

Any personalised advice given in your results is based on the information you give us as you go through the tool. It is given for information and support purposes only and is not a medical diagnosis. It should not replace consultation with a qualified medical practitioner.

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Sharon

Very empowering. If your GP hasn't offered you a test or treatment, you can now ask because you know.
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Ria

Absolutely something that you would want to use if you've had miscarriages. If this tool was available, it would have avoided a lot of googling. It gave more support than I expected.
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Olivia

I was amazed how personal the results were, and the information given is so valuable.

Need urgent help?

This tool supports future care. If you think you may be having a miscarriage now, call your GP if they are open, NHS 111, the Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU), or go to your nearest A&E.