Last month had a chemical pregnancy. On the 15th had eggwhite and bd with hubby. On 16th detected strong LH surge. It is now most likely 16 days p/o and I *never* go longer than 15. Felt like a truck had run over me yesterday - typical pregnancy symptom for me. This am temp still up, but preg test is a BFN. Ack!
Hey everyone....Had a natural M/C in nov...February was the month that I could start trying again....Well still nothing this mnth....I had this weird feeling that I was going to get pregnant real soon.. My cousin just informed me of a condition that her and her sister have..Its called antilupus coagulation...I just recently told my cousin about my M/C..She said that one of the symptoms of this disorder was miscarriages..Has anybody ever heard of it? she is my first cousin..her dad and my dad are brothers...So I am wondering if i can be a carrier of this disease also..I am so afraid that when I get pregnant I am going to miscarry again..I am trying not to let this consume my life like it did last time. But I feel like it is already happening
Hmm...just checked the preg test, it's a generic brand and says it 'CAN show results as soon as the first day of a missed period'. Apparently not the most sensitive test. I just wish they weren't so darn expensive. I'll probably go out and buy a First Response test. I've had this happen before too. Wish me luck!
There are about 9 different clotting disorders that can cause miscarriage...the one your cousin has is one of them. I had 2 m/c this year and after the second they decided to do some testing. They found I have one of the 9 clotting disorders, called MTHFR. I know our insurance didn't cover the testing until I had 2 m/c's. Of course after the first, we really didn't think anything was wrong, but after the second, it was more suspicious. I am glad we had the testing done, they are treating me with medications to keep my blood from clotting and causing a m/c. I hope you get some answers, but just remember that a m/c can happen for a lot of reasons. I believe there is a slight possibility that you inherited the disease, but, stay positive if you can...
Just have a C7C question. I had a D7C on Friday early in the AM. I woke up last night with cramps & passed a large clot looking thing. I am not bleeding, just a little blood when I wipe. But, my brests are still very sore. Is all this normal???
Hi all...just wondering if anyone has any info on this one. I have been on clomid now for 3 months and I had my preogesterone checked on day 21 and it was 94! I thought normally if you ovulate its like 15 or so. Could this mean I am pregnant or even possibly having more than one? Im afaid to take a test b/c it is still too early(day 27)and I dont want to see a negative....please help! Thanks.
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