Miscarriage Association provide support and information to anyone affected by pregnancy loss by means of a staffed helpline, volunteer telephone contacts, local support groups and a website 

They can be contacted on 01924 200799 

(Mon-Fri 9am-4pm)


Tommy’s exists to save babies lives by funding research and providing information on the causes and prevention of miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.

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Miscarriage is one of the most common complications associated with early pregnancy. Most miscarriages occur during the first few months of pregnancy.

1 in 4 - of pregnancies result in miscarriageAlthough miscarriage is relatively common, it can be an extremely traumatic and devastating experience.

There are list of our recommended charities who we support at the bottom of the page. These charities focus on researching into why miscarriages happen and how they can prevent it.

What is a miscarriage?

A miscarriage is a loss of a pregnancy under 24 weeks. However an estimated 75 percent of miscarriages happen during the woman's first trimester (week 1 through week 12, or about 3 months)

What are the symptoms of miscarriage?

The main sign of a miscarriage is vaginal bleeding, varying from light spotting, brownish discharge to heavy bleeding.

It may be followed by cramping and pain in your lower abdomen.


Light vaginal bleeding can be relatively common during the first twelve weeks of pregnancy, and doesn’t necessarily mean your having a miscarriage.

What to do if you think you are having a miscarriage. 

If you are worried about what to do, contact your GP, the Early Pregnancy Unit or NHS non- emergency helpline on 111.


In an emergency please attend your nearest Accident and Emergency department. 

Our local early pregnancy units are -  

Epsom Early Pregnancy Unit


Oaks Suite, ground floor, block A (Headley Wing)

Monday – Friday 1pm – 4pm

T: 01372 735155

St Helier Early Pregnancy Unit 

Ground floor, E block (Women’s Health) at St Helier

Monday – Friday 8.30am – 11.30am 

T: 020 8296 2882 

For further information you can download the NHS leaflet or visit one of our recommended charities we support -

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