Recurrent MIscarriage

Recurrent Miscarriage

recurrent miscarriage

RECURRENT MISCARRIAGE

DEFINITION: Defined by the NHS as 3 or more miscarriages (Source: NHS)

COMMON FEELINGS

  • Out of control, all consuming, obsessive

  • Anxious, scared, constant sadness

  • Lonely, excluded, withdrawn

  • Angry, raging, vengeful, jealous

COMMON THOUGHTS

  • I will never hold on to a pregnancy

  • We will never have a family

  • There is something wrong with me

  • I cannot trust my body

  • Everyone is having babies

How Petals can help:

The security of the counselling setting encourages and enable women, men and couples to talk openly about recurrent miscarriage and explore their fears and anxieties that inevitably grow through this experience.  The challenges are many and varied to a couple’s relationship and so having space and time with a professional counsellor can be valuable and support the complex experience and journey of recurrent miscarriage.