Are not the needs of women who suffer a miscarriage, according to the report

Posted by: Newswalle

Almost half of the women who have abortions to wait 24 hours or more for analysis, and this lack of "philanthropy" that can be tackled, did a study found.

Parenting website Mumsnet has statistics that show that the treatment and support of women are not meeting their needs or the amount of official national guidelines, published.

The survey of 1,065 women who had an abortion, 46% had to wait more than 24 hours for analysis to determine if your baby was still alive, with 18% wait more than three days.

Treated 47% of women with women with ongoing pregnancy, while 58% of women wanted counseling, but only 12% found it was offered.

A user Mumsnet said: "I had to wait six months to get advice and lost six months of my life, since I do not deal with the loss."

Mumsnet also found 56% of women surveyed wanted more medical care, but only 26% offered it.

Only 23% reported their experience with their friends, and only 13% said the other family.

In 2012, lead by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) on the management of miscarriage at home found that abortion clinic standard would answer for women who have a miscarriage before the 13th week of pregnancy, but the results of this policy Monday show leaves women without the support they need Mumsnet said.

Of the women in miscarriages home after an analysis, only 15% felt they had adequate relief support, information and management of pain. A user of the site, said: "I was told by phone to" sit on the toilet and I hope everything goes. "

Meanwhile, 11 people were asked to rate their fetus at home before to save more tests on the embryo, according to the survey.

Mumsnet users receive a code for a miscarriage five point of care, improvements in the treatment of parents requires established. Calls for support staff, access to exploration, safe and appropriate locations for treatment, good information and effective treatment and care integration time.

Justine Roberts, founder of Mumsnet, said: "There is no way to escape the pain of miscarriage, but it is exacerbated by the absence of treatment, pain relief, good care and human kindness is just totally unacceptable.

"We call on the three major parties to a commitment in their manifestos for the care involuntary abortion, which improve upon the principles of our code."

Cathy Warwick, chief executive of the Royal College of Midwives, said: "The Royal College of Midwives welcomes and supports the code Mumsnet care that has to improve care for women in a very difficult time to the destination.

"Midwives and other health professionals to play an important role in supporting women and families through physical and psychological impact of miscarriage. Kind, compassionate and empathetic communication regarding an important support the families happened to care and treatment.

"It is particularly important that there is effective communication between the hospital, doctor and midwife to ongoing advice and support as necessary."