Can I still have my own biological baby?

by Isi

I am 33 three years ago I had a fibroid operation. After my operation I did not see my period for three months, I told my doctor & he told me to use glucophage & clomid.

After some months, my fiance told me to stop using those drugs. I did so and my period was coming naturally but it does not flow well and not more than two days. After three month I got pregnant. I carried the pregnancy for almost 3 months before I had miscarriage, and evacuation was done for me. I did not see my period again for like two months my doctor said I should use premolut n. 2 tablets daily for 5 days. I did so and saw my period on the eight day, it's very light (a drop) and it comes for only one day. I saw it for like 2 months, after which I did not see it for another 2 months. I did hpt and it was negative. I told my doctor and he said I should use premolute n again.

I'm depressed. Pls I need help I want to have my own biological baby too. Pls help me. Crying.

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Oct 19, 2011
Can I still have my own biological baby?
by: Wray

Hi Isi I can see no reason for you not to have your own baby, it's obvious you don't have a problem with ovulating and conceiving. I'm shocked you were given glucophage, a diabetic drug, unless your doctor thinks you have PCOS? And why clomid, this is an ovulation induction drug, and not a good choice, see here, here and here. And the primolut is a Contraceptive. Yes it can make you bleed if you take it and then stop, but so does progesterone with no adverse side effects either, as it's natural to the body. Fibroids are an inflammatory disorder, often caused by a lack of antioxidants in particular vitamin D. Please have a test done for this, it's low in most of us, and is vital for ovulation, a successful pregnancy and the growth of the foetus too. For more info on testing etc see the Vitamin D Council, GrassrootsHealth Birmingham Hospital and Vitamin D Links websites. Fibroids are exacerbated by excess oestrogen too. Progesterone will suppress any you might have. If you should consider it, please see our page on How to use progesterone cream. But before you do, read our page on Oestrogen Dominance first, as this can happen. Finally we do have a page on Pregnancy too. Take care Wray

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