A service of remembrance for families who have lost children during pregnancy or infancy will be held in Birmingham today (28th October).
A baby born weighing only 1lb 14oz celebrates his first birthday
An injured baby girl discovered in a rubbish collection area on a Wolverhampton estate may have fallen down a 50ft rubbish chute.
Fertility experts at the Care Fertility Clinic in Nottingham have developed a new technique that could boost the chances of IVF couples having a healthy baby.
Doctors say the procedure, which involves digital imaging of embryos, could raise live birthrates at their clinic to 78% - three times higher than the average.
A baby boy has died in Shropshire after being bitten by a dog. The week-old child was bitten by the small family pet in Ketley yesterday morning. The dog has since been destroyed and a post mortem examination is taking place.
A woman has given birth to her baby on the streets of Birmingham just outside the Bullring.
An off-duty student paramedic helped to deliver her baby boy after he noticed the heavily pregnant woman crying in pain.
Jon Wood, 27, went to see if the woman was okay when he noticed she was clutching her maternity notes and was in labour.
Police have been given more time to question two people arrested in connection with an injured baby girl who was discovered by bins in a Wolverhampton tower block.
Police were called to a flat on Boscobel Crescent at 6.30pm on Saturday evening (8th September) following reports a child was missing.
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ITV Central's Peter Bearne reports on 22-year-old Stacey Bonsall, from Nottinghamshire who was told she had kidney stones but gave birth two days later to a son, Jaiden.
A woman from the Midlands has described how she gave birth only 48 hours after finding out she was pregnant.
Doctors diagnosed her stomach pains as kidney stones.
Stacey Bonsall, from Sutton-in-Ashfield, was stunned to find out she was 37 weeks pregnant.
The news was all the more overwhelming as threeyears earlier she had been told by doctors she could not conceivenaturally because she had polycystic ovaries.
Just 48 hours after finding out she was pregnant, Stacey went intolabour and gave birth to Jaiden by caesarean section.
In the intervening time her friends and family rushed around getting togetherthe baby clothes and equipment she never thought she would need.
Stacey told ITV Central she loves being a mother and adores her baby son.
Her mother Joanne is also loving being a grandmother for thefirst time and has described Jaiden as a miracle.