Second miscarriage after two children

by WD

This is my sencond miscarrigae after having two healty children. I'm 38 and want one more before I can't. I'm very frustrated because it had taken us so long to get pg in the first place and then to loose both.

My doctor says I have to have three before they will test & that won't do me any good anyway, my insurance will not cover fertility testing. I've decided to take matters into my own hands,
I made many changes to my life after the first miscarriage and it did not make a difference. I've done all the reading I can do and found this website, I believe I found my answer.

I just ordered my first shipment but my concern is to use it properly. I read that I'm to use it at ovulation but I'm not sure how much 3-6ml is. Is it a dime size about or a nickle size about? I would hate to use this cream, get pregnant and some how mess up that pregnancy also.

Please help me understand exactly how much I'm to use daily from ovualtion till the fourth month. Thank you.

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May 16, 2011
Second miscarriage after two children
by: Wray

Hi WD Unfortunately doctors will only test after 3 miscarriages, which seems such a cruel system. Testing doesn't harm and is not costly, it's beyond me why they don't. We do have a page on Pregnancy, please read through it as it explains how to use progesterone. The easiest way to measure the cream is with kitchen measuring spoons. 1/2 tsp is 2.5ml, so 3ml is just over 1/2 tsp, 1 tsp is 5ml so 6ml is about 1 1/4 tsp. We do have more info on this at the bottom of our page on How to use progesterone cream. Please read our page on Oestrogen Dominance before using the cream, as this can occur. Take care Wray

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