I have had 3 mc's one a 15wks one at 12or13 wks and one at 11wks. I had a procedure to see if there were any scaring or issues in my uterus and everything was fine. I'm ttc but was wondering if it was my progesterone levels dropping would that suddenly make a heartbeat stop and if I took progesterone supplements and that wasn't the problem can that cause me to mc again? Please help!
I also have had 3 miscarriages, but all mine occurred around 8 weeks. I had a DNC on for my 3rd and they did testing on it after and It was caused by something called Triploidy 69. When the sperm fertilized the egg, the egg was suppost to split into 2 (twins maybe) and it didn't split so the baby had 2 sets of chromosones from me, and one set from the father... There are different types of Triploidy. I would talk to your doctor, and get as many tests done as possible, before, during and after pregnancy. It has been 2 years since my last miscarriage and we are just now starting again. Good luck to you!!
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