This is my first time posting so thanx for listening.I am 37 I have had 7 miscarriages n a row all at 6 or 7wks.uk have 1 son who is 20 I haven't been able to carry again since I was 19.I am so hurt and scared that I will never experience pregnancy again due to IM getting older.I've been to multiple sea and jus found out 1 miscarriage ago that I have mthfr compound hetero.however I took the shots and baby aspirin and folic acid etc and still miscarried.IM being sent to a specialist this month but wanting to know if any of you ladies could give me sum good questions to ask?thanx for ur kindness hope to hear from some of u soon!
I so sorry to hear about your losses. It's so hearting-breaking.
Have you had had a test to check for blooding clotting and the one for Lupus? I know about the MTHRF test, it's quite similar to the blood clotting test, but it's different. I would sugguest that you do some research on NK cells too. Google it and read the information, see this link:
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