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This study is an analysis of middle-class couples' experiences of reproductive loss, the ensuing grief, and their relentless struggles in order to achieve reproductive success in Kolkata, India. Based on ethnographic engagements, the study explains how the increasingly biomedicalised setting and middle-class ethos of 21st century, urban India shape such profoundly disruptive reproductive experiences. In doing so, the study illustrates how the couple's experiences of loss and grief weredoi:10.15496/publikation-77684 fatcat:nefhkymahffplnlkic44tz3xs4