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Recurrent Miscarriage please HELP!!!!
butterflys97 posted:
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
ani05 responded:
So sorry about everything you've been through. I can't imagine the pain.
A lot of times we don't know the reasons why miscarriages happen. I have had 2 miscarriages at about 6 weeks and I have had all the tests done and I still don't know why it happened. It looks like you are in the right track with your medications. I really hope you'll get a positive soon. I wish you good luck!
Ani(31),DH(32),DD(7),Furbaby(4).TTC for baby no.2 since 05/2009.BFP on 03/02/2011,M/C on 03/11/2011.BFP on 04/12/2012,M/C on 05/02/2012.BFP 07/26/2013,EDD 04/11/2014.
butterflys97 replied to ani05's response:
Hi Ani, thank you for your response it really means a lot to me that you took the time to read not only my post but about my life.I am so sorry for your losses too. I seen back in August you posted about your pregnancy, hopefully you still have your little bun in the oven. Sending lots of baby dust your way as well to all the ladies on this panel. Keep in touch and God bless.
prayforamiracle responded:
I'm truly sorry for the loss of your son and husband. I can not imagine what you have been through. I know you have been through so much with trying to conceive again, but it sounds like you have a doctor that is on top of things. I know women that have been able to have children,with only one tube. Hopefully with adding the Lovenox, it will allow you to carry a baby to full term. I know there have been ladies here in the past that had success once they started the Lovenox. Wishing you all the best and hopefully a healthy pregnancy soon.
Prayforamiracle-Me(38)Dh(45)TTC since 11/06. Only pregnancy ended in miscarriage in 7/07. Dealing with MFI. Anovulatory and irregular cycles due to PCOS. 1st IUI 1/12=BFN, 2nd IUI 2/12=BFN
butterflys97 replied to prayforamiracle's response:
Thank you Prayforamiracle. Yes it is the toughest thing I have ever had to endure and still am. I am so greatful for my children. I never had any problems conceiving until now that my son is gone. I have learned so many things about infertility and conception itselft that I never knew before. Getting pregnant was not an obstacle before for me but now I can sympathize and feel you ladies pain and frustration. When you are dealing with infertiltity, it seems everyone is pregnant but you and you start asking a lot of questions and a lot whys. But yes I have had to fight with doctors to get answers because I suffer from secondary infertility and they just go off the fact I have had children before so it will just happen.I'm like hello thats 4 miscarriages (2 chemicals) something is wrong someone please listen to me, so frustrating. And of course money is a big issue, I have worked very hard to get the little answers I now have. Hopefully this treatment will help. Like you said some ladies have had success on Lovenox praying I do too. Sending lots of baby dust your way hun. Best of wishes and God bless.

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