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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 15:42 PM   33411
OhHappyZ
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OMG progesterone came back at 66 LOL. Way higher than it should be......and twins do run in my family. We have 5 sets in 4 generations on the female side of my family. But when they did my ultrasound at 6 weeks they only found one. Who knows. I will be happy either way! I am on a progesterone suppository so that could be why too. Maybe my body finally decided to start producing it's own.



 
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Old Jan 11th, 2018, 20:10 PM   33412
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What a great number! For what itís worth mine was 140+ on suppositories and it was only one babe.



 
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Old Jan 12th, 2018, 06:43 AM   33413
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That’s really good mine was in the 50s a couple weeks ago - I don’t know whether it keeps going up? Are they supposed to test regularly during pregnancy so you know? I don’t think I could cope with twins first! It would be lovely though. When I was on clomid I kept secretly hoping! When is your next scan?
I’ve got a load of questions I hope you don’t mind me asking them here! I’m in the UK - I read that you’re supposed to see our midwife before week 10 - I haven’t heard from mine at all yet - when do they normally get in touch to book an appointment?
Also, I think the main thing I’m worrying about is because so much of the symptoms or lack of symptoms I’m experiencing is the same as when I miscarried. But obviously I was pregnant before I miscarried - I don’t know whether what I’m feeling is warning signs or are completely norma, and were normal last time(s) until I lost the baby. Everything I’ve heard or read basically says oh that’s normal, and then the next thing about the same symptom says it could be miscarriage! I’m going out my mind! I’m just really twingy especially in my hips/ovaries but that could just be where things are adjusting? I’m having very few symptoms at all - the ones I do have come and go which is freaking me out. The main constant thing I have is very mild pain (not cramping though - more like an aching either side) and lots of discharge. Which everything says could be normal or could be awful.
Does anyone else feel the same as when they lost? I just don’t know if this is supposed to feel the same, or whether it’s a bad sign. I guess I don’t know whether before they were warning signs or not.



 
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Old Jan 12th, 2018, 14:27 PM   33414
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Honestly hun, symptoms really do come and go. It's annoying as hell, but they do. My nausea went away completely before 8 weeks, and now I'm nearly 9 weeks and just heard the heartbeat on Doppler. My only real symptom is being tired, which could be exaggerated by the progesterone too. I say just chill and enjoy every day of this pregnancy.

Did you call your midwife to request an appointment? I don't know how it is in the UK, but I've already had 2 and I'm only 8 weeks. But I was pushy, and was sure to tell them I've had losses and I need to be seen. You kind of have to be that way with our medical system though.



 
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Old Jan 13th, 2018, 05:46 AM   33415
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You should probably chase the midwife up red. It's different Where I live to other parts of the UK & you see the midwife & have your scan together. But I know from what I've heard from others that they can be slow.
Great news on your numbers ohhappy



 
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Old Jun 10th, 2018, 08:49 AM   33416
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My first loss was 4 years ago and I had pcos at the time which they said was the cause - we then didnít get pregnant again for three years and at that time they found I no longer had pcos, so they Ďrestartedí the clock according to my consultant - which really annoyed me, especially now it looks like itíll happen again as I feel thy could have maybe done something to help. Iím taking baby aspirin this time though so maybe that might help.
Iíve got another scan Monday. If they donít see a heartbeat we know itís not going anywhere. Iíve never had to medically manage a loss before theyíve always just happened naturally - Iím worried this time will be different though as so many signs are pointing to bad things but it doesnít seem to be making any difference. But then I also donít want this to drag out any longer than it has to.


Omg Squig! Its been ages. Hope you remember me!!!



 
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