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    TTC #3
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    TTCagain2012 posted:
    My dh and I are ttc #3 - we have 7yr. old twin girls. This is not our 1st attempt at this - but our last. We have suffered 3 miscarriages in the past. I'm scared. I don't want to experience loss anymore. I want a postive preg. I ache to hold our son/daughter. We will try for this year and if it has not happened....we will hang up that part of our lives and continue to love and support our 2 beautiful girls! I just wish I had more answers as to why the miscarriages in the past. We were at 8wks for all 3.
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    MrsBurt05 responded:
    I'm so sorry you have gone through all of that! My heart goes out to you! Have they tested your hormones when you'd get pregnant? My sister-in-law had a miscarriage and when she got pregnant again, they put her on progesterone because she wasn't making enough to support the pregnancy. She has a son now, and about to have a daughter in March, and with each pregnancy, she has to be put on progesterone right away.
    Me-25 DH-27 DS-6 DS-4 TTC-10/18/11
     
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    TTCagain2012 replied to MrsBurt05's response:
    I discussed the progesterone with my dr. the last time and she wasn't very willing to help. She just went with the old saying "its happening for a reason" I was very discouraged at this. I am in the process of finding a new dr. because of this. I didn't feel she gave me the "time" I needed for the questions I had.
     
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    canada2010 replied to TTCagain2012's response:
    I was just going to say if you feel like your Dr. is not providing you the care you need then it time to find another Dr.
    My thoughts have always been if you are not happy with what a Dr. says go find a second opinion.
    Good luck and baby dust.


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