The Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic at BMI Thornbury Hospital in Sheffield is a dedicated service for couples who have experienced recurrent miscarriage.
Generally speaking recurrent miscarriage is three or more consecutive spontaneous miscarriage. A history of three of more consecutive miscarriages occurs in about 1% of women.
Clinical studies have shown that women who have recurrent miscarriage are more likely to have a successful pregnancy if they feel well cared for, attend a specialised miscarriage clinic and are closely monitored by weekly or alternate weekly ultrasound examinations.
Our consultant gynaecologists:
The service is also supported by a specialist nurse who is available 24 hours and the facilities and the team at BMI Thornbury Hospital. The hospital provides facilities for advanced surgical procedures together with friendly, professional care.
The Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic offers:
- Advice, support and information
- A full range of investigations
- A full range of treatment options
Initial consultations are for one hour and scans can be arranged within 24 hours. To find out if there is any underlying cause for a recurrent miscarriage, a number of tests need to be carried out. These include:
- Blood test
- Chromosome analysis
- Hormone tests
- Endometrial biopsy (optional)
The Miscarriage Association
For more information about miscarriage and support services, please visit miscarriageassociation.org.uk
There are a number of treatments for recurrent miscarriage and these depend on the cause. We offer the follow services:
To find out more about the Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic at BMI Thornbury Hospital in Sheffield or to make an appointment, please call 01142 661133 or make an online enquiry.