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# Miscarriage

This year
Government delay bill that would provide leave to women who experience a miscarriage
All time
Department of Health to be asked to consider certificates commemorating early pregnancy losses
'This is not good enough': Experts call for comprehensive reform of miscarriage care and treatment
New Zealand grants automatic paid leave after miscarriage
Opinion: 'I felt forgotten by NPHET and Government as I miscarried alone in hospital'
Clare Cullen
Meghan Markle reveals 'unbearable grief' of miscarriage
My miscarriage: 'I kept hoping mine would be one of those miracle stories, where the baby would survive'
Kitty Maguire
Many people relate to my story of miscarriage, says Andrea Corr
Opinion: Miscarriages are part of nature - so why is the subject still such a taboo?
Darragh Quinn
Savita Halappanavar: Her tragic death and how she became part of Ireland's abortion debate
Woman who was unfairly dismissed after suffering miscarriage awarded €17k
Mother on miscarriage: 'I felt like a failure. I didn’t protect my babies. My body had let us down.'
Ethna Quirke
'It's still a taboo subject in Ireland': Kathryn Thomas spoke about her miscarriages on the Late Late last night
'He confirmed what I had known for hours - there was no heartbeat'
'It was the loneliest time of my life': Readers share their experiences of miscarriage
Caitriona O'Neill and William Gallagher
Nicola Sturgeon opens up about miscarriage in hope of 'breaking taboo'
"In theory you could do anything you wanted with a human embryo in Ireland"
'I'm sorry, there's no heartbeat': I thought it was my fault we lost our babies
Lynn Cassidy
'I make people feel uncomfortable when I tell them I had a miscarriage, but I'm OK with that'
Couple from viral pregnancy video tearfully announce wife's miscarriage
17 women remain imprisoned in El Salvador for miscarrying their babies
Column: In El Salvador, a total ban on abortion has led to death and decades of imprisonment
Colm O'Gorman
'I got a feeling looking at my new baby that he'd be better off without me'
Worker awarded €80k for being told her job no longer existed after maternity leave
Quarter of miscarriages "could be prevented" by lifestyle changes
Study ties chemical to possible miscarriage risk
Ireland’s women share their stories of pregnancy, birth and miscarriage
Column: The debates on abortion in the Dail won't change the reality Irish women face every day
Nick Beard
Column: Is society finally able to recognise the pain of a miscarriage?
Deirdre Pierce- McDonnell
Column: Every miscarriage is a loss, and I still think of my children that never got here
Catherine W
Savita report 'hard-hitting, straight and doesn't pull any punches'
The Savita Halappanavar inquest verdict will influence Ireland
Timeline: a death that shocked a family, a hospital and a country
Praveen still asking how the life of his vibrant young wife 'ebbed away'
Praveen Halappanavar: ‘Savita’s treatment was horrendous, barbaric and inhumane’
Savita inquest to resume today
Inquest into Savita death enters fourth day
Doctor to be cross-examined on third day of Savita inquest
Robotic surgery helps Cork mother in second successful birth
Aaron McKenna: As usual, Ireland only acts when we’re shamed into it
Aaron McKenna