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    jossanasmomma posted:
    Has anyone else had the recurrent pregnancy loss labs and found that they had a borderline IgG antibody count?

    Thanks

    Julie
     
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    livelaughmoe responded:
    Ni, I have never heard of that. I am interested to hear more about it
    Me 28 DH 29 TTC for 3 years. HSG, SHG good, SA good, 4 rounds on Clomid, all = BFN. 1st IUI BFN, 2nd IUI BFN, LAP done- cyst removed, 3rd IUI BFP (chem preg beta 26,5) 4th IUI 3/19/12.
     
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    KL0124 responded:
    Julie, I'm sorry you are at the point you had to do those labs. I had the labs done as well. They showed that I was not quite borderline, so they said not to sass about it. Good luck with figuring everything out.
    Kris (30) DH (32) DD (4) 7 angels
    10 total rounds of clomid, 2 of femara, and too many days of progesterone to count
    IUI 1 m/c
    IUI 2
     
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    jossanasmomma replied to livelaughmoe's response:
    Thanks; I guess it has something to do with immune antibodies. I have to take baby aspirin daily for the whole pregnancy (assuming its BFP!). I may be at risk for immune-related illness, like lupus, etc. Not what I wanted to hear! But hopefully they can help!

    Thanks!

    Julie
    Me: 40; Hubby: 37 MF infertility
    2006:1st IVF BFP/ beautiful daughter, now 5 years old.
    2011: 1st FET BFN
    2011: 2nd FET BFP; M/C at 16 weeks
    2012: (January)1st IUI BF
    presently in IVF cycle

     
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    jossanasmomma replied to KL0124's response:
    Thanks Kris. I guess I have to take baby aspirin for the whole pregnancy, assuming it works. we'll see!

    Take care,

    Julie
    Me: 40; Hubby: 37 MF infertility
    2006:1st IVF BFP/ beautiful daughter, now 5 years old.
    2011: 1st FET BFN
    2011: 2nd FET BFP; M/C at 16 weeks
    2012: (January)1st IUI BF
    presently in IVF cycle

     
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    KL0124 replied to jossanasmomma's response:
    Julie, So that's what the baby aspirin is for? I guess don't stress about it really ment here's the meds for it. They just said it was shown to help prevent early m/c (a problem I have). It seemed such a little thing with all the meds I'm taking/going to be taking. How did your other bloodwork turn out?

    What protocol do they have you on? I'm on an LPEG/EPP protocol currently with an estogen patch and ganirelex shots, then will do Menopur and goal f 2x/day for stims with more ganirelex thrown in at the end, doxycycline for DH and I and baby aspirin, then trigger shot. After ER, I will be on progesterone shots, baby aspirin, and a short spurt with metrol. I also am on the standard prenatal with DHA and iron supplements.

    It's amazing what we are willing to do for our little ones. Hope you have a good week, Kris
    Kris (30) DH (32) DD (4) 7 angels
    10 total rounds of clomid, 2 of femara, and too many days of progesterone to count
    IUI 1 m/c
    IUI 2


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