Just wanted to post this officially - can you all look into adding the Medication Lovenox/Heparin to the pregnancy and ovulation trackers. This drug is often used by pregnant women who have a genetic mutation called MTHFR.
Many women who have this mutation (and I will be the first to say) USE your Ovulation and Pregnancy trackers. It is very tough for us to use the trackers and not have the actual drugs listed on there. For many women with MTHFR, fertility is often affected along with the many miscarriages that we suffer as a result of the mutation. The only saving grace to the miscarriages are the treatment medications such as LOVENOX/HEPARIN (which are mandatory blood thinners during pregnancy) and or Low Dose BABY ASPIRIN.
Sincerely, Sandi (Dragon1973) MedHelp Genetics Community Leader; Children - Special Needs Community Leader; Down syndrome Community Leader & Ds Group Forum Founder/Moderator; MTHFR Group Forum Founder/Moderator
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