A new website designed in Cork, and the first of its kind in Ireland, aims to bridge the gap in reliable information available to parents affected by early miscarriage.
"A very isolating, lonely time with no where to go".
That's how Cork woman Rachel Rice described her experiences with miscarriage.
She spoke out to RedFM News to coincide with the launch of a new website https://www.corkmiscarriage.com/ designed in Cork and the first of its kind in Ireland which aims to bridge the gap in reliable information available to parents affected by early miscarriage.
Our senior reporter Fiona O'Donovan has the special report from Cork University Maternity Hospital for RedFM News:
Full interviews here:
Rachel Rice, former patient of pregnancy loss service in Cork University Maternity Hospital and member of Pregnancy Loss Research Group
Consultant obstetrician at Cork University Maternity Hospital, Dr. Keelin O'Donoghue
Bereavement & Loss Midwife Anna Maria Verling