I have 2 wonderful boys, but have lost my last 3 in the 2nd trimester.
We've been through a lot and the long story ends like this...
Through miscommunication between my dr (who was on maternity leave) and the drs fillin in for her, I was prescribed 1ml injections of progesterone twice a week. I should have been on .8 ml only on days peak + 3, 6, and 9. After my period did not show up, I thought I could possible be pregnant, but I wasn;t. (Even though they took some blood tests the past 2 months that showed I was pregnant when in fact I was not...I had been taking HCG injections) 2 weeks later, I still have no period and no + test. Coming off the progesterone shots was hard on me. I was a very big grump and still find it hard to get out of bed.
I also have two boys, but for some reason it's seeming almost impossible to conceive #3! I haven't had progesterone injections, but I take prometrium vaginally and I HATE the effects! Seriously, it's evil stuff. But if it prevents future miscarriages, I'll do it. Whatever it takes. Good luck!
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