'Conveyor belt' system for miscarrying women

Julie Orford, who has had two miscarriages, described the treatment she received on the NHS:

It felt very much like a conveyor belt. I found it quite insensitive. I was given a cup of tea and leaflet, and just left. We just had bays of women crying. We could hear them crying behind their curtains. Nobody really spoke to you in a sensitive manner and there was no information at all.


Support for 'risk' pregnancies

Women at risk of miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy should be given more support and information, according to the health watchdog. A report by NICE says medical staff should be given specific training.