My daughter-in-law had three miscarriages but won't seek help – she is depressed

DEAR DEIDRE: MY daughter-in-law won’t seek help to come to terms with her miscarriages and I’m worried for her family.

She’s had three miscarriages in eight years and every time it gets to the anniversary of one of them, it plays on her mind, leaving her weepy and depressed.

She won’t see her doctor or ask for any antidepressants.

Can you recommend an organisation so I can pass on the details?

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DEIDRE SAYS: Yes, of course. Any miscarriage is traumatising and even more so if your daughter-in-law and son are trying to extend their family.

They must feel terrified with every conception. But they can both find some professional help through the Miscarriage Association, (, 01924 200 799).

If they would like to seek further help regarding why they are failing to conceive, I suggest they check out The Genesis Research Trust (, 020 7594 9741) where Professor Robert Winston offers his advice to people in need.

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