#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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  • Story of Miscourage

    After a storm comes a rainbow

    I was made to wait a week before going to talk about my options, in the mean time I had to continue daily life..

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    The deepest sadness

    I had clearly done something wrong because my body couldn’t do the one job it was supposed to do.

  • Story of Miscourage

    Grief is grief no matter its form.

    Don't be afraid to talk about miscarriage, if someone talks to you about it-listen it means more than you realise.

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    Empty

    I read all night about what had just happened to me it is called a Blighted Ovum. I had never heard of it before so had no idea it could happen.

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    Emotional roller coaster

    I knew then I was losing the baby. I felt destroyed, I felt so upset, what had I done wrong?

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    The Rainbow Pregnancy

    I'm certainly not fearless. The fear is there and it's fierce.

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    Ordinary story

    We saw specialists, who found no explanations, proffered IVF at huge costs; one was cruelly condescending, and tiresome on how a women's eggs age with her body.

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    Now me...

    We didn't wait to start telling people, my first pregnancy went off without a hitch so we weren't worried and everyone was just as happy as we were.

  • Story of Miscourage

    #misCourage

    It seemed to take a lifetime for the appointment to come around.

  • Story of Miscourage

    1 year, 4 Miscarriages, our journey

    I was sick to death of being made to feel like my lost babies were just a common medical condition.

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