This study explored the views and practices of 8 GPs caring for women who have experienced miscarriage. We found most GPs felt it was their role to provide emotional support which included expressing empathy, listening, and normalising miscarriage to mitigate guilt and self-blame. Others felt this was the role of social networks and pregnancy loss support organisations. Most GPs did not offer follow up appointments for emotional support after a miscarriage unless a patient requested it.