Lorraine Donakey thought she might never become a mum after six miscarriages. But after undergoing a new treatment which involves the use of a substance containing egg yolk, she now has a healthy baby girl.
To suffer a miscarriage is an emotional and physical journey for any woman. There's the loss of hopes and dreams for that little person, the regret and guilt - but also the very real physical pain, too.
Women preparing for pregnancy after miscarriage can experience a wide range of emotions including grief, guilt and anxiety.
In my mother’s generation, women didn’t have miscarriages. And they didn’t have stillbirths. Babies were simply born, or they weren’t.
Volunteer support can have an amazing impact on dads in mourning for lost babies, writes Ross Larkin.
It’s understanding from strangers that has seen me through the sadness of a failed pregnancy.
A mobile phone app has been found to help mothers to be more aware of their unborn babies' movements, helping reduce cases of stillbirth.
A resources company has upset at least one applicant by asking detailed questions about her reproductive history in a process described as "traumatic".
Researchers have discovered that natural killer immune cells are to blame for some cases of recurrent miscarriage - and have also helped clear up a controversial area of research.
Women infected with chlamydia or gonorrhoea are more likely to have a stillbirth or unplanned premature birth, even if the infection occurred years earlier, a new study shows.
In Australia, there are around 1200 infants who die every year before their first birthday. So why are there no palliative care services available to these babies or support for their families?