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eyeluvbn posted:
I'm so happy to be back here with you ladies. We went to the Dr today and it's confirmed were pregnant. We really just pray that this pregnancy makes it all the way to the end and hopfully it will with the help of progesterone supplements. Thank you all for your support in the past and hope that this will be a long journey.
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eyeluvbn responded:
So my Dr. just called and they are starting me on Vaginal Progesterone Supplement. Just curious if any of you ladies had used this. It seems I will be taking them at bed time and when I wake up.
 
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jessi2056 replied to eyeluvbn's response:
I am Progesterone vaginal suppositories! I take two 200mg a day... 1 in the morning and 1 at night before bed! They are really messy so use a panty liner! I too got pregnant on clomid! Dr. told me I had blood clot disorders so he put me on heparin I just found out Thursday that my maternal-fetal-medicine doctor told me she went over all of my paper work and I don't have any blood clot disorders to stop he shots.... HOW REDICULOUS! 2 shots a day in my stomach for no reason.... bull crap... I'm happy it's over now though! I am 11 weeks tomorrow and baby is doing great heartbeat of 170 and I even got to see the baby move for the first time! I have my anatomy scan July 6! Congrats by the way!
BFP on St. Patty's day! B/w confimed 3/19! Due date November 27, 2012!


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