Hello! I'll attempt to make this short... I am starting my 4th miscarriage as of today. One at 5w3d in June, One at 5w5d in Aug., One at 5w6d in Sept, and now at 5w3d. I did all the testing after the 3rd and the only thing they found was low progesterone so I start the supplements right away this time. I really thought this was going to be the one, I didn't have any cramping like I did with all the other ones. I felt unusually good so I took another pregnancy test yesterday and the line was just a very faint shadow. I started spotting brown last night and it continued through today. I am assuming no cramping or red blood because of the progesterone. I'm calling my doctor in the morning to let them know. I just don't know where to go from here... I feel so lost and just devastated. I have no children yet and my husband and I want them sooo bad. I just feel like maybe this is never going to happen for me, and if it isn't I just want to know so I can stop putting myself through this. Anyone else out there with multiple m/c and no answers?View Thread
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