This is my 6th pregnancy, I had 4 premature babies till they foudn out my progesterone was low. I was treated then had a full term baby taking it before pregnancy till 32 weeks. I recently got pregnant, will be 8 weeks tomorrow. I have been on a higher dose of the Prometrium but my levels dropped before then went up, now they dropped to 13.91 and I am t high risk to miscarry. I just found out that the new generic "progesterone" for "Prometrium" is NO GOOD, my dr hs had many patients mc with it. I am devistated and worried. Has anyone ever had theri levels drop this low but still be OK? I saw the baby lst Thursday on us, arms, legs and a heartbeat. This ws the saem day my levels were 13.91. PLEASE anyone taking the generic it is not s good!!!!!!!!!! get your levels checked!
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