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Follow-up for improving psychological well being for women after a miscarriage

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Alongside the Cochrane Reviews of the effects of interventions to help with the successful culmination of a pregnancy, are reviews of what to do when things go wrong, such as following a miscarriage. Allyson Lipp from Pontypridd in Wales describes a new Cochrane Review from March 2012 looking at the effects that different follow-up strategies have for women who have had a miscarriage.

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Updated on: April 30, 2014, 10:39

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