Louise talks to us very openly about her unplanned pregnancy which ended at 6 weeks with emergency surgery. We talk about the conflicting emotions that surround unplanned pregnancies. Unplanned does not mean unwanted. She went on to have another miscarriage after this and felt differently about that loss. Louise shares honest thoughts and feelings with us (most of which she has not told her nearest and dearest) in an attempt to help others feel less alone in their experiences. Thank you Louise, we know this will help so many.
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It's time to break the silence and open up the dialogue around the topics of miscarriage and pregnancy loss. No more shame, no more taboo, lets ditch it for our children; the ones that will come, the ones that are and the ones that never came to be.