I'm sorry to hear about your loss. I would recommend that you see a specialist in recurrent pregnancy loss like a reproductive endocrinologist to find out why you are miscarrying.
In general, the workup can be the following:
Recurrent pregnancy loss can be attributed to many different causes. These causes include: genetic factors (e.g. abnormal fetal chromosomes, abnormal parental chromosomes); anatomic factors (e.g. structural abnormalities of the uterus such as scar tissue in the uterus, or congenital abnormalities of the uterus such as septate uterus); metabolic factors (e.g. diabetes); endocrine factors (e.g. abnormal thyroid, PCOS, diminished ovarian reserve); infectious factors (e.g. chlamydia, mycoplasma, ureaplasma); thrombotic factors (e.g. inherited thrombophilias); immunologic factors (e.g. anticardiolipin antibodies, autoimmune disorders, increased natural killer cell activity); male factors (e.g. sperm DNA fragmentation); and environmental factors (e.g. exposure to environmental toxins).
I wish you the best.
I am sorry about your losses, it must be so difficult. If I were you I would see a OB/GYNAE and even a high risk clinic so they can maby find out what the hell is going on. Maby you need a stitch in your cervix or hormonal support?? Seek more opinions from proffesionals. Do you conceive naturally?
Hope you post soon.
Thank you for your response. I did ask my OB if I needed extra care because I was carrying multiples and because of my history. She said no because all seemed to being going well in the middle of the first trimeseter. However, I was spotting from the time I found out I was pregnant 5weeks until 6.5 weeks then it started again at 7weeks and ended at 8 weeks and started again at 11ws5d which resulted in a miscarriage. I do conceive naturally. I do plan on seeking a specialists opinions
I think they should have taken more notice with your symptoms and questions and concerns... Great you conceive naturally, yes seek other opinions for sure. Take care and try to stay positive.