Miscarriage is experienced differently by everyone. While it may be common, it’s a confusing and often overwhelming time for many. It may leave you wondering why it happened to you.
If you are experiencing heavy bleeding, severe cramping, and/or feel very unwell, please go to your local emergency department, or call 000 immediately.
If you are concerned about your health or your baby’s health at any point of your pregnancy or have any questions, contact your healthcare provider or one of the health information hotlines:
Health Direct on 1800 022 222 – Open 24/7
Pregnancy, Birth and Baby on 1800 882 436 – Open 7am to midnight (AEST)
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Information on treatment for miscarriage
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