I had some bright red spotting on Saturday, then heavy bleeding and clots overnight. I went to Addenbrookes A&E first thing on Sunday morning, where they checked me over and took some bloods. They couldn't give me a scan as it was weekend and they booked a scan appointment with the EPU for 11:50 today. It wasn't good news and the scan confirmed that I had a miscarriage. I need to back to the EPU tomorrow to have more blood taken, but so far nobody has an idea what caused this miscarriage. I had IVF treatment in November and I was on estropause and progesterone until 10 weeks to reduce the chances of miscarriage. I stopped these medications last Monday, but thought I was okay as I didn't bleed within a few days. The sonographer couldn't give me details of when the baby had died, as I had already miscarried by then. The only thing I had was a really bad headache for 4 or 5 days in week 9. The only details they gave me were my HCG levels for Sunday which were below 1000. They are checking my HCG levels again tomorrow. This is really devastating for my husband and I, as we are running out of time to have a baby. We funded the 2 IVF courses ourselves, but my husband is currently unemployed so further private treatment isn't an option until he finds a good job. We are going to ask if we are eligible to try a cycle on the NHS in the near future.