#misCOURAGE stories

Heartbreaking stories. Devastating stories. The miscarriage story needs to change. That’s why we’ve created Tommy’s Book of #misCOURAGE. With these stories we will help spread the word that miscarriage can no longer be ignored.

Heartbreaking stories. Devastating stories. The miscarriage story needs to change. That's why we've created Tommy's book of #misCOURAGE. Read this story now and help spread the word that miscarriage can no longer be ignored. Help us change the story to save babies' lives.

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    Dealing with missed miscarriage

    Infertility is a significant issue and someone around you is probably suffering in silence.

  • Fundraising story

    Sarah's Story

    “One of the hardest things about the miscarriages for us was not knowing why they had happened, nobody could answer that question for us.”

  • Missed Miscarriage

    My reason

    I'm not saying everything happens for a reason. But this little girl is definitely my reason for carrying on, and not giving up.

  • Papa Puka -male perspective on miscarriage

    A man's guide to miscarriage

    Miscarriage is often spoken about by women. Of course, women endure the physical pain of passing an ‘inviable foetus’. But the mental pain is shared by both mother and father. Here, blogger Papa Pukka, co-founder of motherpukka.co.uk speaks of miscarriage from a male perspective.

  • Miscarriage

    My stories

    I had my first miscarriage at nine weeks in 2009- my first pregnancy.

  • Rainbow

    Nine Miscarriages

    We are an extremely strong couple and no where near ready to give up just yet.

  • Miscarriage

    An unsent pregnancy announcement

    Due to the previous pregnancy ending in miscarriage, I was very anxious about the new pregnancy. I wanted it so badly, but I knew how easily it could be taken away from me.

  • Miscarriage

    It happened again

    We had to carry on with normality despite a broken heart as we had my stepdaughter with us and it was Christmas after all.

  • Miscarriage

    I will not be beaten

    The pure excitement I had over my first pregnancy isn't there but only a glimmer of hope, daring not to breathe in case something goes wrong or its too good to be true.

  • Miscarriage

    You're not alone..

    I'm telling my story because it feels like such a taboo subject to talk about. Everyone announces when they are expecting but not enough people openly talk about the babies they have lost.

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