by Stacey

I have had 5 miscarriages, one pregnancy was twins. Would progesterone play any part in this as I have had lots of tests and found nothing wrong.

I am only 24 but haven't been able to fall pregnant in the last 18 months and have only just been referred to a specialist in London. I haven't had my appointment yet but I thought I'd look up any information I can to help me understand. I haven't been able to get past the 7 - 8 week mark! Stacey

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Aug 31, 2007
Progesterone and miscarriages
by: Wray

Dear Stacey, Very frequently a lack of progesterone is a cause of miscarriages. We've had considerable success at helping women fall pregnant and maintain the pregnancy. Are you very stressed, as progesterone levels drop sharply when stressed, which would precipitate a miscarriage if pregnant? If you would send a message using the 'Contact' link at the foot of this page, I will be able to send you info on how to conceive and keep the foetus flourishing. Take care Wray

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