What are the biggest maternity care issues where you live? | Sarah Marsh

Areview suggests that giving expectant mothers in England a personal maternity budget of £3,000 (to be spent on their chosen care) could help make childbirth safer.

It follows an investigation into problems at Furness hospital, part of the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS foundation trust, where failures in care may have played a part in the deaths of three mothers and 16 babies.

We want to hear about your experiences of maternity care services around the world. What is the biggest maternity care issue where you live? How could services be improved? Are you supportive of a personal budget in England? Tell us by filling in the form below.

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