Our patients' experiences
If you are interested in reading other women’s experience of their miscarriage the Miscarriage Association has a large number of stories to read:
We are currently looking for stories from women who have had a miscarriage treatment at Peterborough City Hospital and Hinchingbrooke Hospital, to include on the website and in our leaflets. We know from questionnaires completed recently that other women who have had a miscarriage under would like to be able to read other’s stories for guidance and support. Knowing that you are not alone in your treatment decision, and in your emotions is a big relief for many women, and if you think your story could help other women who are in the same situation as you, then please send it to us.
All stories will be kept anonymous, and all names will be changed. Possible things you could include would be:
- What emotions you experienced after the miscarriage diagnosis
- Why you chose your particular treatment
- Your experience of the treatment
- Your experience of the recovery after your miscarriage (including physical symptoms and emotions)
- Any helpful advice you have for someone going through a miscarriage
We will read through the stories, and if we feel they would be helpful for other women, then we will publish it on the website and in the leaflets (all anonymously).
Please write your story down, and bring this directly to us in EGU. If you have any questions you want to ask before you do this, please ring us or ask.