Miscarriage Kits

The purpose of the miscarriage kit is to collect the baby and placenta, and to measure blood loss. There is a video for instruction on this page and written directions below.

10 Heaven's Gain Miscarriage Kits

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Product Details
Brand: Heavens Gain Brand
MPN: 737787000762
product ID: Miss Kit 10

These miscarriage kits are perfect to send home with your patient after she has been told that the baby no longer has a heartbeat and she has not delivered yet. Each miscarriage kit includes:

  • A collapsible colander that can be placed in the toilet collection pan/hat to place underneath to catch the baby, placenta, and clots.
  • A squeeze bottle to rinse the contents of the colander to help discern what are the baby and placenta verses clots
  • A fetal development card with pictures and details of baby development to know the appearance of the baby: color, size, and shape (free)
  • A vessel to place the baby once found
  • A placenta bag to refrigerate until decisions are made about any testing.
  • 3 pairs gloves
  • Directions on saline bath preservation technique.
  • All these are in a thick plastic pink storage bag (9" x 12") for safe and easy access, yet still small enough to be portable.
  • A urine collection hat is included so that the patient can measure their blood loss and record on a paper blood loss chart.
  • The regular cost for 5 miscarriage kits is $125, but only $100 when ordering 5.

You can find more information on our website under more info. https://heavensgain.org/more-info/ Feel free to call or email with questions.

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To parents who are experiencing the loss of a baby…

We are so sorry that your baby has died. Those of us involved in the Heaven’s Gain ministry understand first-hand how devastating a miscarriage can be, and are sorry for all you are going through.

We pray daily for those experiencing miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss. We are called to this ministry so that all parents have respectful delivery options, and the chance to grieve for their child. When facing decisions about fetal or infant loss, parents should be fully informed and not be rushed into any decisions. Naturally, we advise you to listen to your doctor’s advice. Usually there is enough time to consider many of the necessary choices.

We would like to make a few recommendations that we hope will help as you grieve and heal:

Pray to God for physical emotional and spiritual strength as you deliver your miscarried baby.

While you are waiting, ask your doctor about the warning signs for medical issues such as excessive bleeding, fever, or infection. Waiting for the baby to deliver can be very frustrating. Wondering when the baby will deliver and what will happen can make you anxious.

Please understand it is not unusual for a baby to deliver as long as three to four weeks after he or she has died. The placenta usually keeps growing until the baby delivers.

To prepare for the delivery, you can buy a miscarriage kit from this site, or create your own. We recommend an expandable colander, squirt bottle, re-sealable plastic bag for storage of placenta, a vessel in which to place the baby, and rubber gloves. You may also want to locate a picture of a baby the age and size of your baby at the same gestational age.

Below is our recommendation for using the miscarriage kit. Consult with your doctor for his/her medical direction.

Please note: this information is not medical advice. For all medical questions, contact your physician. Your doctor may suggest delivering in a hospital if you experience symptoms like excessive bleeding, fever, or infection. Ask your doctor what to watch for, as some symptoms may be life-threatening.

Directions for using the miscarriage kit:

  • Once you start spotting, bring the miscarriage kit into the bathroom with you.
  • Use the collection pan when you are on the toilet to measure blood loss.
  • Remove the contents of the miscarriage kit.
  • Fill the squirt bottle with water.
  • Put on the gloves.
  • Expand the colander by gently pushing down the center area.
  • Immediately after sitting down on the toilet, put the strainer under your bottom.
  • During urination remove the blood collection pan.
  • Strain your urine stream, clots, and everything expelled from your vaginal area.
  • If there are any contents in the strainer, examine those contents.
  • Use the squirt bottle to rinse the blood off the contents in the colander.
  • Discern and distinguish blood clots from placenta, sack, cord, and baby. Use pictures of baby development to find the baby.  Please understand, your baby may not look the same due to chromosomal abnormalities or decomposition that may have begun.
  • Repeat until baby and placenta have passed.   This may take many trips to the bathroom.
  •  If you find the baby, carefully place your baby in the vessel. The very small baby’s body is fragile and can be placed in the vessel with water to keep safe and to view.  When not viewing the baby, please keep the baby in the vessel in the fridge until burial.

If you find the baby, carefully place your baby in the vessel. When you are not observing your baby, keep the baby in the bottle in the refrigerator until burial.

If you do not find the baby, clean the colander and let it air dry. Discard gloves, and place the colander back in the zip lock bag until the next trip to the bathroom. Start the process again on the next trip to the bathroom.

If you choose to use the saline bath to preserve the baby, fill the vessel with saline solution (contact lens solution will work). This will recreate a womb-like environment. Place the lid on the bottle, and lay it on its side. Observe your baby peacefully floating in saline solution. You may wish to take pictures.

If you are having genetic testing, put the placenta in the small zip lock bag, and refrigerate until you can bring it to the hospital.