We envision a future where unexplained recurrent miscarriage no longer exists, where women and couples can get explanations for their devastation and create clear plans to grow their families. To this end, we provide grants to doctors and scientists in the United States who are researching causes of and/or treatments for recurrent pregnancy loss. For more information about our grants program and supported projects visit our Research page.
Miscarriage is an isolating experience accompanied by feelings of deep sadness, helplessness and guilt. Through story sharing, we hope to change the narrative from one of pain and lonesomeness to one of togetherness and mutual strength. To achieve this, we are building a library of individual accounts of recurrent pregnancy loss. To read some of these testimonials, or to share your own, visit our Stories page.
Miscarriage is hard to talk about, so its impact is often unnoticed and misunderstood. Awareness is the first step to changing this. At RPLA we strive to be a voice for women and families who are prefer to keep their pain private and platform for those who seek to be heard. If you would like to help raise awareness about pregnancy loss and repeat miscarriage in your community, visit our Get Involved page.
It's National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) and we're raising awareness for the 1-2% of couples for who experience recurrent pregnancy loss.
Our goal is to raise $5,000 during NIAW to support our research grant program and we'd love your help.