As a young mother I had my first miscarriage, only 21 years old with two healthy girls. I thought miscarriage was something that happened to other people or that happened on TV programs. I had no reason to believe that a woman of my young age who had a proven track record of being able to have babies would have a miscarriage.
My husband and I were enjoying parenthood so much we decided to get pregnant with baby number three when our second daughter was only ten months old. It took six months to get pregnant.
Then only two weeks after I had gotten a positive pregnancy test, I started to feel really ill. We were in London at the time, running a book stall, and I began to feel dizzy and nauseous so I went to the rest room to splash water on my face and use the toilet.