I posted over the weekend about what to do next to come to terms with my recent miscarriage, the advice and support I recieved was very helpful and I would like to thank all who replied to my post. I would also like to ask, where I would find a good reproductive endocrinologist and what it is they actually do, as I have never heard of one before and it was suggest by more than one person that I should see one. I have asked my GP if she can refer me but she says she doesn't know of any in my area. I live in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria,UK. I am willing to travel the length and breadth of the country if it will help my cause. X
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