Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research
Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research offers specialist care for women and couples experiencing pregnancy losses. It has been brought into being by Tommy’s, the UK baby charity.
Approximately one in four women experience a miscarriage at some time in their lives, and some women experience repeated or 'recurrent' losses. Miscarriage is an intensely personal experience. Common indicators include vaginal bleeding or discharge, pain and a loss of pregnancy symptoms, but experiencing these symptoms doesn’t always mean you will have a miscarriage.
If you have any concerns about anything you may be feeling, you should seek advice from a healthcare practitioner.
Recurrent miscarriage services
Our team of dedicated nurses, sonographers and clinicians has earned a reputation for excellence in caring for women and couples who experience repeated miscarriages. The NHS follows the guidance set out by NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) which tells GPs to refer you to specialist care for 'recurrent' miscarriage after three losses.
You can contact our recurrent miscarriage team via Wendy Gibson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download our leaflet: Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic [pdf] 93KB
Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research is directed from Birmingham by Professor Arri Coomarasamy but jointly hosted by three universities and four NHS hospitals in Birmingham, Coventry and London. We work closely with our partner institutions to ensure we deliver consistency and added value.