A mother-of-four who had a life-changing liver transplant has given her backing to a new campaign highlighting the benefits of organ donation.
Twelve men and women whose transplants have allowed them to have children joined together to support the latest drive to boost donor numbers.
Among them is Naomi Stocks, 30, who had her two youngest children after undergoing a liver transplant in 2004.
She had the surgery after she suffered liver damage as a result of an illness. Her condition was so severe that she only knew she had had a transplant when she woke up after the operation.
The Edinburgh woman already had two children, Kieran, now aged 10 and Summer, now nine, and since the transplant she has gone on to give birth to six-year-old Zoe and baby Devon, who was born in March last year.
"Without a doubt, I wouldn't have the life or family I have without organ donation and the NHS Organ Donor Register," she said. "By the time I got to the hospital, my condition was so critical that if a donor hadn't been found, the outcome for me would have been so very different.
"As someone who was already a young mum of two children, I really did have everything to live for, and it's difficult to put into words how the success of the transplant has really turned things around for me.
"Apart from having the health to sustain the pregnancies, with four children you need the energy and health to raise your family, which is something I never take for granted, even to this day."
She added: "Although my immune system was weakened by the illness, I now work full-time and lead a normal, healthy and packed life. I put this, and of course my two youngest children, down to the success of the transplant and the NHS Organ Donor Register. Transplantation really is life-changing and I would urge people to join today and talk their decision over with their loved ones."
Ms Stocks spoke out as a new national campaign tour to raise awareness of organ donation started, which will visit 40 towns and cities over the next four weeks.