Thousands of women have used Mumsnet to share heartbreaking stories of miscarriage care falling short. Like everyone else, we believe the NHS should provide effective, responsive care and treatment to the one in five pregnancies that ends in miscarriage, but while some trusts provide great care, unfortunately, others do not.
Please join us in asking politicians to pledge to improve miscarriage care, based on the principles in our Code, by 2020 - the end of the next parliament. Labour has committed to this, and the Liberal Democrat Health Minister Norman Lamb has said he will personally argue for its inclusion in the Lib Dem mainfesto - so please keep the pressure up on Jeremy Hunt.
We asked our Mumsnet bloggers to share their own stories and experiences of miscarriage care - read them here.
In the light of your responses to our survey, we've drafted the Miscarriage Code of Care. Here's what needs to change and why, boiled down to five simple points.
We asked women who have miscarried since September 2011 (the date of our last survey) to tell us about their experiences; nearly 1,100 women took part. Here, you can see the results in full.
Have a look at the condensed facts to get up to speed on the background and details for our Miscarriage Care Campaign.
Knowing what to say - and what not to say - when someone has had a miscarriage can be very difficult, and will depend largely on individual circumstances. Here's some broad advice.