Sexual Health D&G




Miscarriage is, sadly, an all-too-common event – about one in every four pregnancies ends this way. Another one in 100 pregnancies is ectopic – that is when the pregnancy starts developing in the wrong place, usually in one of the fallopian tubes. The loss of a baby in pregnancy can be a frightening, lonely and upsetting time. There will be lots of questions you probably want answers to.

This website has a wealth of very good information on miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy and could help answer any questions you may have. They have phone and email help lines, a support network, leaflets and a forum.