The University Hospital of Wales has been forced to admit it failed to follow guidelines in the way it diagnosed miscarriages.
Flaws came to light after a woman from Monmouth was wrongly told she had miscarried nine weeks into her pregnancy. Now they've set up a helpline to support other women who might be affected.
Alexandra Lodge reports.
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