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Miscarriage support

Sadly, approximately one fifth of pregnancies ends in miscarriage, often in the first three months. While most women go on to have a successful pregnancy, the experience can be very traumatic.

Response

It is common to experience feelings such as grief, loss, guilt, anger or depression when dealing with the shock and sadness of a miscarriage. People grieve in different ways, and for different lengths of time. For some it can be helpful in coming to terms with the experience to talk to someone outside of the situation.

Finding help

At the Crossway Pregnancy Crisis Centre, we have trained listeners who can offer emotional support during a difficult time. If you would like to talk, ring our helpline on 020 8892 8483 or email us to arrange a call or visit.  

If you live further afield, see the links alongside for organisations that can provide support. Alternatively, you can speak to your GP who should be able to offer you support and advice.

Thank you so much for all your support this year... It was most helpful to be able to turn to you... I have learnt some useful life lessons from the whole experience.

- Crossway visitor, miscarriage support
Has the Crossway helped you?

If you have used our services and found that we helped you in your situation, we would love it if you could let us know - share your story.

Miscarriage counselling
Our team of trained listeners is available to talk to you on the phone or in person, should you live near our centre in East Twickenham, London.

If you live further afield, see this list of centres that offer miscarriage counselling to find one near you (Care Confidential national search).

 

Information about miscarriage
See these links for further information about miscarriage: