Women who miscarry are frequently "lumped onto a general surgical ward" because cuts in Gynaecology mean specialist wards are closing, a leading doctor told Good Morning Britain.
Obstetrician and gynaecologist Professor Ellis Downes said accessing services were exacerbating an already traumatic experience for women, who were rarely given the emotional support they needed by staff.
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