Here is my story. I had a 20 week D&C in Nov 2010 as the fetus has fibular hemimelia in the arms and limbs (no bone development in arms and limbs). The pathology reports showed that there is no chromosomal problem. The doctor's said that it was just bad luck and some cells did not develop.
Then I had a blighted ovum in June 2011. Now I had a chemical pregnancy in Oct 2011.
It looks like for me getting pregnant is not a problem but retaining it.
I want to know what options I have. Any tests that I should get done to narrow down the problem?
I am really no expert ... actually I am pretty new to this. This is what I found while I was doing research about chemical pregnancies
Most chemical pregnancies can not be prevented. If you have recurring chemical pregnancies, your doctor should be able to investigate and help you formulate a treatment which is best for you. Potential treatments include vitamin B6 (at least 50mg a day), progesterone cream, and baby asprin. Be sure to discuss potential treatments with your doctor.
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