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Woman mistakingly told she had miscarriage

17th August 2011

A pregnant woman was led to believe her unborn baby had died, before eventually being told a mistake had been made and her child was alive and well.

Chelsea Muff, 32, grieved for her “lost baby” after Bradford Royal Infirmary told her she had miscarried after having an ultrasound scan. However, Miss Muff returned to the hospital two weeks later and requested a second scan, which showed that her baby was alive. Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS foundation trust said it is “taking all necessary actions to investigate the circumstances.”

 

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Article Information

Title: Woman mistakingly told she had miscarriage
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 19480
Date Added: 17th Aug 2011

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