Miscarriage Shouldn’t Be Taboo

Miscarriage Shouldn't Be Taboo
Miscarriage Shouldn’t Be Taboo, Especially When You Read These Figures. 1 in 4 known pregnancies ends in miscarriage. In 2018 it was estimated that 130 millions babies were born in the world. That means that there were at least 40 million miscarriages in 2018

Over 40 million miscarriages a year

UNICEF statistics state that in 2018, 130 million babies were born in the world. When we take the well known statistic that 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage, this gives us a figure of over 40 million miscarriages each year.  

How can miscarriage remain such a taboo topic with such a high number?

During October, so far, two well known celebrities have spoken out about their miscarriages. Chrissy Teigen and Binky Felstead talked on Social Media about their experiences. I and many other miscarriage survivors are hugely thankful to these celebrities for speaking out.

Help the millions of women who are suffering in silence

Chrissy Teigen faced much criticism for her bravery of posting the reality. Miscarriage is painful and tragic, the world needs to hear more about it so we can help the millions of women who are suffering in silence.
In 2019 Pink opened up about a miscarriage she experienced as a teenager. How it left her feeling like her body “hated her” and was “broken”.

Miscarriage is devasting, women need time to grieve

Miscarriage is devastating and can leave many women feeling like a hollow shell because they have not been given the time or acceptance to grieve. Women are given a day or two off work and expected to carry on as normal. In some countries, there is no time allowed for the physical and emotional recovery following a miscarriage.
Can you imagine just having lost a son or a daughter and being expected to turn up to work the next day with a smile on your face and be able to get on with your job? That’s how women who have miscarried are being treated.

Baby Loss Awareness Day 2020

October 15th is Baby Loss Awareness Day. Let’s stand together, wear our hearts on our chests. Raise your hands with me for the world to see how many of us have been through a miscarriage.
Post on your social media. Talk about your experiences.

The Isle of Man raises awareness

The Isle of Man company Manx Utilities, together with charity A Little Piece of Hope are making huge efforts to get Baby Loss Awareness recognised. The islands’ power station is being illuminated blue and pink to shine light on such an important topic for so many effected women and families.
If the Burj Khalifa can make a momumental baby gender announcement, why not light up all significant landmarks worldwide in honour of the 40 million baby losses each year?

Miscarriage survivors deserve to grieve and feel whole again

I am a survivor of five miscarriages. My experiences lead me to learn healing techniques which taught me to grieve, move forward and step fully into a place of self-love and empowerment again. I support women on their miscarriage journeys so that they learn to feel whole again because every one of us deserves to live a life of fulfillment.
Oh My Mama Body cares about each and every woman, nurturing them and guiding them to feel positive and empowered in their individual journeys.
Follow this link to join the Healing After Miscarriage Group
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Vicki Renz

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