Jennifer shares the things people have said to her after her six miscarriages, and the impact that recurrent miscarriage has had on her and her husband.
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Kate writes about experiencing multiple chemical pregnancies and miscarriage, and how Mother’s Day was a trigger for expressing her grief and finding support.
Jemma experienced three miscarriages between the birth of her son in 2010 and her daughter in 2013. She writes about her ongoing grief for her lost babies.
Néna writes about her experience of four miscarriages, the birth of her son, and why she became a media volunteer for the Miscarriage Association.
Sally shares her experience of multiple miscarriages, and the comfort that she found on social media.
After five miscarriages, Nicola shares the helpful and unhelpful things that people have said, and how she’s now raising awareness to help others.
Natasha writes about having two miscarriages in a twelve month period, the worry of pregnancy after these losses and why she wanted to volunteer to help the Miscarriage Association.
After her third pregnancy ended in miscarriage, Ruth found that blogging and talking to others who’d gone through a similar loss helped her through.
After giving birth to a healthy boy in 2013, Hayley experienced two miscarriages in 2016. She writes here about how talking about her experience has helped.