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Old Feb 20th, 2018, 13:47 PM   1
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Have you heard of this....


I had a new doctor review my history. Generally I keep getting pregnant with IUIs but loose the baby at 6 weeks. She said that is not normal. She said that there has been research on this and studies say that some women's bodies do not have the ability to reject implication when there are chromosomal issues.

I was hoping to research this but unfortunately I didn't ask what this is called.

Has anyone heard of this?



 
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Old Feb 20th, 2018, 22:48 PM   2
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Sorry I've never heard of this before. I would call her office and see if they can give you the name of the condition. I'm sorry that your body holds onto these pregnancies that are not viable



 
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Old Feb 21st, 2018, 00:49 AM   3
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Just curious, have they checked your thyroid hormone? I just had my baby 3 months ago but my fertility specialist put me on Metformin so I wouldn’t loose my baby due to PCOS. I had spotting at 6 weeks. I continued metformin throughout my pregnancy and even now I am taking it to help with my milk supply. I wish you the very best.



 
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Old Feb 21st, 2018, 15:00 PM   4
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Thanks for trying ladies. I will call and see what they say.

BrendaJ, I believe they did check that. I am also getting all my blood work updated and I believe they are checking that again also.

I think it's odd that nobody has heard of this. We all do sooooo much research that we typically know are than the doctors when we put our heads together. I hope they are not making it up. Her suggestion is IVF with PGS.



 
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Old Feb 21st, 2018, 15:07 PM   5
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early miscarriage (6 weeks ish like yours) is always a chromosomal issue. meaning, the embryo starts and the (so wise) body knows that there will be errors, so it ends the pregnancy.

repeateadly, that would point to either egg or sperm quality issues
- has sperm been checked?
hard to check eggs, but there are natural things to do to help the chances of egg quality..

but also there can be issues in early m/c related to
- uterine lining
- progesterone levels
- have they checked on these , like a 7DPO P level by blood draw?

there are natural options to increase the uterine tonification - as an organ, muscle, and it's lining
there are also natural things to help boost P levels even if it's within "normal" but on the low side.

thyroid? there can be subclinical hypothyroid that can affect implantations lasting. that you could detect by
your BBTs. if they are consistently in a low-normal range (even if the arc is perfect, but all temps low-ish) that could mean you need to tonify your thyroid/pituitary...again , natural herbs, diet and lifestyle options are possible.
(i have first hand experience with all these.

i posted recently an intro that i am back here on the boards, now that my twins are just over 2, to "pay it forward". i learned a TON with deep research directly with experts, i know how challenging and dear conceiving babies is!
i want to help...

best of luck--



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Old Feb 28th, 2018, 12:12 PM   6
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I fully agree with mermaiddance. Just only wanted to add that in case of chromosomal issues a doc might recommend doing IVF PGS NGS. You would find tons of materials on that in Internet. Good luck



 
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