At least we know we are not alone: Millennials speaking out about miscarriage

More millennial women are breaking the generations-old silence and stigma surrounding miscarriages

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Two days after Ms Ravinder Kaur, 35, had a miscarriage in 2018, her grandmother died.

That compounded her grief, recalls the pre-school teacher, who had been six weeks pregnant with her second child. "I didn't know what I was crying for," she recalls.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on November 01, 2020, with the headline At least we know we are not alone: Millennials speaking out about miscarriage. Subscribe