'I felt really stranded': B.C. woman says she struggled to access care after miscarriage

CBC News: When Ivana Horacek suspected she was losing her pregnancy last October, the worry was unbearable. As it turned out, her struggle to find the care she needed was even worse. "I felt really stranded," said the Port Moody resident. "There was nothing, nothing that anybody would do." According to Doctors of B.C., 10 to 15 per cent of all pregnancies end in miscarriage, but Horacek says there are inadequate resources for women going through what can be a frightening and upsetting ordeal. 

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