Myleene Klass hails 'massive' victory in The Sun's Miscarriage of Justice campaign

SINGER Myleene Klass has hailed a “massive” victory in our Miscarriage of Justice campaign.

We called for better care after every tragic loss — not just three in a row.


Thousands of readers signed our petition.

And this week the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists issued new guidelines for support after any miscarriage.

Mother-of-three ­Myleene, 43, lost four babies in three years with fiancé Simon Motson.

She said: “Thank you to those using their powers for good and spreading the word.

"This is massive! We are starting to achieve real change.”

Our campaign also calls for tests and treatments to be standardised nationwide, and that higher-risk women get better care from the start.

Prof Dame Lesley Regan, who was responsible for the guidelines, said she hoped they will provide women and clinicians with “a consistent and evidence-based approach to diagnostic tests, treatment options and supportive care.”

The NHS welcomed the consultation and said it would work with the RCOG to ensure the best care is in place.

Jane Brewin, of baby charity Tommy’s, said: “These changes will help to prevent more losses wherever possible, as well as better supporting those who do sadly lose babies.”

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