"complete miscarriage at six weeks"

About: Countess Of Chester Hospital / Gynaecology

(as the patient),

Bleeding at six weeks; contacted gynae ward direct (previous experience so had the number) and was booked in for a viability scan at EPU. EPU confirmed mc complete although HCG levels still showing pregnant. Treated with kindness and humanity throughout.

EPU is part of gynae, not antenatal, although in the Women's and Children's Building, so you do have to walk past newborns and big bumps to get to the unit but aren't forced to sit in the same waiting room as happily and safely pregnant women.

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Response from Countess Of Chester Hospital

Dear G5P3, Thank you for your comments. I was sorry to learn of your loss and would like to offer you my condolences. We take all patient feedback very seriously. Please feel free to contact the PALs Department on Freephone 0800 195 1241 and select option 2 or email cochpals@nhs.net to give us more information about your experience. This will also give us the opportunity to feedback to you personally regarding any improvements we have made as a result of your comments. The Patient Experience Team

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