Need some advice...new
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kamira2005 - November 9

[color=Blue][/color] I just wanted some advice on trying to conceive again after having four miscarriages. I have a specialist and he has me going on lovenox on day 21 of my cycle (which is Tuesday). I took clomid and have been on baby aspirin for a while now. Has anyone had any results after that many miscarriages? Or, am I hopeless?

 

bdantonio - November 9

i had 3 m/c beofre my daughter who will be 3 in january and 2 after her and im 26 weeks pregnate on sunday. I did the lovenox thing for the first trimester of this one and hated it. I refused to take it anymore. I did not have a blood disorder it was just a precautionary and i did not like the med at all. Is the lovenox for precautionary reasons or do you have a blood disorder?

 

kamira2005 - November 11

It is a precautionary thing. He said that there may not be enough oxygen flowing through the placenta (my blood may be to thick). I just don't know. It is hard when you can get pg easily but then keep losing it. I just hope that this time when it happens that it works. It is possible that I could be pg again but will not know until I miss my period..

 

bdantonio - November 11

when are you due for your period

 

Mary Anne - November 12

I have had two miscarriages in a year and I am currently 7 weeks pregnant.

My Peri, OB, RE, and hemo put me on Lovenox 40 mg daily, 4 mg folic acid, one baby asprin, prenatal vit, and now i am on prometrium due to my progesterone is slightly low.

So far I have carried further with the pg than with any other pregnancy.

I need to add I do have leiden V and MTHFR.

There is HOPE

 

bdantonio - November 13

i had 5 m/c before this one and i just didnt like the lovenox so i stopped it at 11weeks

 

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