Pregnancy service alterations were expected to happen in January
Proposed changes to the Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit are being praised despite appearing to be delayed.
Currently women experiencing a miscarriage, or other early pregnancy complications, are often placed with other pregnant women while they wait for treatment.
Plans to move them to a separate ward, with a discreet entrance and a quiet room, were expected to happen in January.
Douglas South MHK Sarah Maltby has been looking into the issue:
While the move has been positively received, a response to Mrs Maltby's written question to Tynwald - in November last year - said the relocation was expected to happen in January.
However, that relocation doesn't seem to have happened yet.
Helen is from the charity A Little Piece of Hope which supports bereaved families and sick children.
She told Manx Radio about the impact the current set up has on those experiencing difficulties:
Manx Care has been asked to provide an update on the service.