If you need medical care or advice that is urgent but not an immediate, genuine emergency, please visit https://111.nhs.uk/ or call 111 first so that trained NHS 111 advisors can tell you the best place to be seen quickly.

If you have Complications

Problems in Early Pregnancy

Many early pregnancy symptoms, like nausea, heartburn and fatigue are normal and nothing to worry about.  However, if you have other symptoms such as vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain or hyperemesis (severe vomiting and nausea) you should contact your GP, midwife or community healthcare provider who will refer you to our Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit.  This is a special service designed for women who may be showing signs of early complications but who don’t need to be admitted to hospital.  Following a scan to help identify any potential problems, you will be well looked after and closely monitored or offered follow up options as appropriate.


Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic

The recurrent miscarriage clinic is for women who have had three early pregnancy losses. 
It doesn't matter if these incidents are consecutive, you can be seen even if you have had a successful pregnancy. 

This service is for women who want another pregnancy, as we rarely find answers about why a previous loss has occurred. 

The most important part of care is support, but for some women we do find a reason why you have miscarried in the past. In these cases it is sometimes possible to offer treatment

You may wish to contact other organisations for further information, advice and support: 

The Miscarriage Association is a registered charity providing help and advice for people affected by miscarriage, molar pregnancy or ectopic pregnancy.

Tommy's - a UK wide charity is funding pioneering research to identify why pregnancy goes wrong and provides information, support and advice.