Involuntary childlessness shouldn't happen just because you happen to live in the wrong area or can't afford a high price tag
Caro Townsend is a writer, survivor and advocate of all things infertility. After discovering medical science was required to have a family, Caro became fully ensconced in the world of fertility treatments. Multiple IVF cycles, a miscarriage and an ectopic pregnancy later, she finally became a parent. Caro is the creator of one of 2018’s top ten UK fertility blogs and her award nominated, The Cuckoo Mama, is an honest, open and raw account of her journey to parenthood, and beyond. In between blogging, she spends her time walking the dog, winging motherhood and working to break the taboos which surround infertility and miscarriage. You can read Caro’s blog at www.thecuckoomama.co.uk
How Michelle Obama Talking About Her IVF And Miscarriage Experience Will Help Women Like Me Who Struggled To Conceive
I suffered miscarriage and lost a baby to ectopic pregnancy - Michelle reminds us we are not broken, we have not failed and we are not alone
12/11/2018 08:23 GMT
How can we mourn something we’ve never even had? All the while trying to present the faked, merry front of a couple who are choosing travel and career over reproduction
02/11/2018 08:47 GMT
There are no guarantees, no assurances, and even with the wonder of scientific wisdom, IVF will, unfortunately, not always work for all
06/07/2018 18:44 BST
Spare a thought for all those brave women, living with infertility or involuntary childlessness who desperately want a child
08/03/2018 17:23 GMT
I’d often heard friends, and colleagues, talking about “mum guilt” but never truly thought it existed...
04/02/2018 20:02 GMT
In 2018 I’m going to aim to be more like my toddler. By this, I don’t mean my New Year’s resolution will see me stamping
27/12/2017 10:21 GMT
Whether you agree with it, or not, IVF has indubitably changed the world. Throughout the past four decades the medical science surrounding fertility treatments has improved dramatically, and research in to infertility has increased: Being infertile is now, no longer, wholly synonymous with being childless.
09/11/2017 17:24 GMT
I have recently been touched by the various articles and blogs I have seen surrounding miscarriage, bravely written during Baby Loss Awareness Week. It's a subject incredibly close to my heart. Like many others, I have experienced loss. I have known pain and suffering and grief. You see, my son is a seventh round IVF miracle.
18/10/2017 14:20 BST
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