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James and Seth's Shalford Walk

Walking 2.5 miles from Guildford to Shalford for The Miscarriage Association because they help so many people through such hard times

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The Miscarriage Association

The Miscarriage Association is a national charity that offers support and information to anyone affected by the loss of a baby in pregnancy. We provide a UK helpline, a range of helpful leaflets, an online support forum and training and consultancy for health professionals.

Charity Registration No. 1076829

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For two years my wife and I had been trying for a baby, we had genuinely started to think that we would never achieve it when suddenly we got that possitive result that we'd be hoping and praying for for so long.

Those were the happiest three days of my life and yet they were followed by so many of the worst. We lost that first baby and, having believed we weren't going to concieve, now thought we were certainly never going to have children.

I thank God that within a few months of that we did concieve again. Terrified that the same thing would happen again we were on edge for the next nine months but thankfully that pregnancy ended at full term and we now have a son.

Sadly however, that wasn't the end of it for us. We managed to concieve again in 2013 but, one week before the first scan, lost the baby. Having gone through it before, having had a son as well, did not prepare us for this happening again. It still hurt just as much and it was only with the support of good doctors, nurses and organisations such as the Miscarriage Association that we were able to get through it again. We are now eagerly awaiting the birth of our second child later this year. Out of four pregnancies we are looking at two full-term.

So please give to help other people through what is possibly one of the hardest things to go through.

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