Una is a vibrant, outspoken commercial radio DJ who discovers she has cervical cancer.
Pauline is her cousin, a mother of five kids under 12 and finds herself pregnant with number six.
Claire was Pauline’s childhood friend. She now works as a nurse in a family planning clinic, dealing with IVF and more recently, abortion services. She has hit the menopause.
Their stories converge in a modern Ireland, where ‘women’s problems’ are still handled badly by society, in spite of the country’s more liberal political landscape.