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Recurrent Miscarriage please HELP!!!!
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butterflys97 posted:
A brief history I am 34 soon to be 35.I have had 3 successful full term pregnancies. In 2003 I had a tubal ligation. To my despair in 2004 I lost my husband and one of my children in a horrific car accident. I know I will never replace my son but I met someone new( he has no children) and would like another baby in my son's honor. In 2009 I had a tubal reversal. In 2011 I had an etopic which resulted with my right tube being removed. My remaining tube is healthy and functioning (HSG) was done. I have been able to get pregnant but in the last year and half I have had 4 early miscarriages ending between 5-7 weeks gestation. My last pregnancy which ended in May, I was put on progesterone with no success .I recently did a work up (July & August) everything is normal with the exception that I tested positive for Lupus Anticougulant. I was told to take folic acid, baby aspirin and Lovenox I was also prescribed Clomid. Why is this happening to me. Did the tubal ligation & reversal change the chemistry in my body. What are my chances, I only have one tube I am on treatment now is my prognosis good since I have been able to bare children. I can not afford IVF. Please help me any advised welcomed. God Bless.
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