chemical pregnancies

I was told I had hyperplasia ,I did some research and started taking natpro cream After about 3 months my lining was much better so i stopped taking it .I keep having chemical pregnancies I have had about 6 now before I wasnt concieving at all now I am since the progesterone ,I start using the cream after ovulation but still keep having chemical pregnancies.My luteal phase is 12-14 days.I am 41 years old my last pregnancy was 13 years ago and I had no issues conceiving my previous for children.
what do i need to do in this case I would really like another child as I have a new partner

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Jul 05, 2022
Chemical Pregnancies
by: Joy

Hi there

What is causing your hyperplasia?  There are numerous causes such as endometrial hyperplasia which I am assuming you have.  With any uterine dysfunction such as hyperplasia, Endometriosis, Fibroids and adeno, oxidative stress is behind it. This leads to Inflammation. Large amounts of antioxidants are needed to reverse the condition, in particular vitamin D3. In fact this has been shown to shrink fibroids, see here and here.  N-acetyl cysteine should be considered, at least 2000mg/day. Taurine too at 2000mg/day, this amino acid is low in any dysfunctional uterine bleeding, hyperplasia and fibroids. You need to address your gut.  Most of our illnesses are caused by our gut not being healthy.  Please try to eat as much fermented foods as you can, especially sauerkraut, kefir milk/water and kombucha.  It helps to address the inflammation and is the best probiotics that you can get, better than any OTC product.  

Chemical pregnancies or miscarriages are usually caused by low progesterone levels.  Stress can also cause them.  It is such a pity that you stopped using Natpro at 3 months, you definitely need it to support the pregnancy.  Please read the Pregnancy page and this post on Miscarriages. Pay attention to what Wray has advised.  

You are also in Peri-Menopause, a difficult time.  But if your monthly cycle is regular then I see no reason why you can't conceive and carry to fully term. Progesterone MUST be used throughout your pregnancy.  f pregnant and you stop using it, in all probability you will miscarry.  

Vitamin D3 is vital.  A deficiency reduces the benefits of progesterone and is connected to every single functioning cell in our bodies. It's important for the unborn child too.

Jul 05, 2022
Thankyou
by: Anonymous

Thankyou for your reply its grately appreciated.
I do have a lot of inflammation in my body I have fibromyalgia .I stopped it thinking my lining is better now .I actually need to continue with the vitamin d3 but past 2 months i really changed my diet lots of fermented foods and taking Taurine and probiotics .I really appreciate your answer Am also overweight and tryng yo lose the weight

Jul 06, 2022
Thank You
by: Joy

Inflammation explains a lot and needs to be addressed. I am so pleased that you are going the fermented foods route. I do not think that you need to take extra probiotics though as fermented foods are loaded with them and as mentioned, better than any OTC ones.

A lack of vitamin D3 is directly linked to fibromyalgia and gut problems, see here. Evidence suggests that tryptophan helps fibromyalgia see here.

A big mistake made by many is once they feel better while on progesterone they think their issues have been sorted and stop using it. The moment you stop all adverse symptoms return. Progesterone therapy is a lifelong commitment.

Have you been tested for Insulin Resistance? The Keto diet is excellent but it needs to be strictly followed. Mediterranean eating is also excellent, I tend to eat that way rather than the Keto. Again as with everything in life, what suits one may not suit another.

Jul 06, 2022
thankyou
by: Anonymous

thankyou once again when my weight is up i do go into being prediabetic .
I do think I have issues with my insulin thankyou for all the suggestions .
Yes i just ordered more natpro from a supplier in uk .I was just worried that I might affect fertility as my periods vary some cycles are 34 days and i noticed i always tend to ovulate late in a cycle.My luteal phase is 12-14 days usually

Jul 06, 2022
Thank You
by: Joy

Your supplier should be able to assist you further with this. Have you discussed it with them?

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