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    41 and pregnant after 3 losses within a year
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    MilkyMommy posted:
    Hi all! I have had 3 losses since April 2010 and I am 4 weeks and 4 days pregnant again. This time I am being monitored by a fertility doc and am on Progesterone
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    lbean1975 responded:
    Well congrats on your pregnancy. And I too can relate I've had 2 chemical pregnancies within the past 2 years. I am approaching my 2nd trimester as of Saturday will be 13 weeks along, and I am fortunate to have gotten this far along. I do have a one elder child age 16yrs, do you have any? I hope all goes well for you, stay positive. And good luck on your journey :)


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