A hopeless mother

by Anne

I am o- and my husband is 0+ we didn't not that lam rehesus negative until l lost two babies when I decided to look for gynaecologist for help at that time I was pregnancy at eight weeks later to realize I was negative and before losing two babies the clinic used to say lam rehesus positive at 9 week the heart of the baby stop to beat to realize it was a misscarriagea after been induced l had my normal menstruation until it continues to flow I decided to went for hospital because of more bleeding which I went for utrasound realizing I have endometritis and started been treated

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Nov 17, 2023
A hopeless mother
by: Joy

Hi Anne

I'm sorry to hear of all your problems but please don't say that you or your situation is hopeless.  Be kind to yourself. I assume that your doctor discussed your situation with you and advised on a way forward.  If not, please consider changing your doctor.

If all the miscarriages were in the first 16 weeks of pregnancy, it could well be a shortage of progesterone. Was the level ever checked? Do you have test results for progesterone and estrogen? Do you perhaps have a short cervix? A short cervix does cause problems too, but studies have found progesterone is of great assistance if this is the case. Here are links to two research papers, here and here. It explains how progesterone can help.

Vitamin D3 is also extremely important.  A deficiency reduces the benefits of progesterone.  It is connected to every single functioning cell in our bodies making it vital. This would include pregnancy. Cofactors are needed when taking D3.

You might like to read the Pregnancy and Miscarriage pages.  If you do decide to use progesterone, please use a good organic cream such as Natpro which was formulated over 30 years ago.  The How to use Progesterone Cream page explains in details what is needed.  Please also read the Estrogen Dominance page.

I wish you well.

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