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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 08:29 AM   51
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They are dreadful with fertility issues wantingagirl. We had to go private in the end and it picked up a blood clotting disorder that the NHS missed for 6 years. So it means daily injections and aspirin everyday but worth it. I know how hard it is but try and take each day at a time, and don't be too hard on yourself if your having a down day. We have a march rainbows thread in the pregnancy after a loss thread so if you need to talk or vent feel free to hop over.
Oh I'd feel way more comfy joining that one than the group one in the pregnancy group section for the time being. See you could have no clotting detected non pregnant but can change pregnant. We were going private in Feb. Do you think it's possible I would have that if I have healthy children? Im on aspirin but no injections



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 08:37 AM   52
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I had a son before all my losses started. So don't know if I had it when I had him or if it was something I developed afterwards. I'm not sure. Mine does get worse in pregnancy though so may be worth asking to get it checked to rule it out.



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 08:39 AM   53
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I had a son before all my losses started. So don't know if I had it when I had him or if it was something I developed afterwards. I'm not sure. Mine does hetbeorse in pregnancy though so may be worth asking to get it checked to rule it out.
Thanks Hun I don't think I can get it checked out with anyone no one is willing to help me x



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 08:45 AM   54
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Won't the epu help? I'm very sorry. Must be tough. We only got help as we are under a private fertility clinic.



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 10:01 AM   55
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I had a son before all my losses started. So don't know if I had it when I had him or if it was something I developed afterwards. I'm not sure. Mine does get worse in pregnancy though so may be worth asking to get it checked to rule it out.
How did they miss it did they not test you for it?



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 10:03 AM   56
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Won't the epu help? I'm very sorry. Must be tough. We only got help as we are under a private fertility clinic.
I'm asking gp tomorrow if they will retest either through GP, EPU or CONSULTANT



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 10:07 AM   57
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I had a son before all my losses started. So don't know if I had it when I had him or if it was something I developed afterwards. I'm not sure. Mine does get worse in pregnancy though so may be worth asking to get it checked to rule it out.
How did they miss it did they not test you for it?
No idea. I was seeing consultants for years. Fertility clinic found it straight away.



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 10:12 AM   58
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I had a son before all my losses started. So don't know if I had it when I had him or if it was something I developed afterwards. I'm not sure. Mine does get worse in pregnancy though so may be worth asking to get it checked to rule it out.
How did they miss it did they not test you for it?
No idea. I was seeing consultants for years. Fertility clinic found it straight away.
Did they not do a straight forward aps blood test through nhs? They did with me and both of them came back negative? Do I trust this or do you know if things can change with aps from ttc to pregnant



 
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Old Jul 6th, 2017, 10:20 AM   59
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I can't remember to be honest wantagirl. Obviously I had lots of tests due to the number of miscarriages I was having but can't remember specifics. It was a good few years ago, around 6 now and I had no idea what a blood clotting disorder is let alone suspecting i had one.



 
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