4 Miscarriages, and only 27 :(
by Alesha Hos
Four miscarriages so far and my hope of ever having a baby is diminishing fast. I am a fit, healthy, young 27 year female. I dont do drugs, dont drink much at all, and I try to live as green as possible, just dont understand why i suffer so many miscarriages????? Yes I have had heavy irregular periods, but still WHY?
2003 - Had an Ectopic pregnancy at 3.5months - due to undeveloped or a deformed left tube, doctors believe it was possibly from endometriosis , they removed my left tube. Also at that stage doctors confirmed I had PCOS which later disappeared with a healthy diet.
Dec 2010 - 7 weeks pregnant - had a D & C - no clue why I miscarried?
Nov 2011 - 5/6 weeks pregnant - natural miscarriage - INTERESTINGLY - My standard GP had my hormones tested (Please note I had no idea I was pregnant at that stage) My bloods read Progesterone level 8, FSH level 3.6, LH level 2. The next day I found out I was pregnant HCG level 16. 2 days later I miscarried :( Decided to see a GYO/OB Specialist, which he then gave me a prescription for Clomid 50mg. I ovulated with 2 eggs that released on approximately day 21 leading me to my recent miscarriage.
Mar 2012 - 7/8 weeks pregnant with twins - natural miscarriage - Im not sure what blood tests my Specialist did, as he is so useless! He had all the information as above and I have to find out by strenuous amounts or research on my own that, I should have been taking PROGESTRONE, if only my Specialist read the notes from my MC in 2011 he may have picked up my Progesterone level was not sufficient enough to carry a pregnancy. IF ONLY "I" HAD OF KNOWN all about Progesterone EARLIER , who knows I may have been able to save my pregnancies from 2011 & 2012. Sadly I found out when it was all over :(
I had a scan 2 days ago and PCOS have disappeared? Which is a good sign, I can get pregnant thou only having 1 fallopian tube, its just keeping them is my worry. I really hope you could give me some advice. Please note I have already ordered the NATPRO, and will be seeing a NEW GYO/OB Specialist, I am going to request he works in with me as I like the natural approach also.