I can relate to an extent. I am 35 yrs old. So far all my test and bloodwork have came back great. I had 3 pregnancies all full term. To my despair after my last child was born I tied my tubes the following year my husband and my beloved son passed in a horrific car accident....I have yet to superate this and probably never ever will...I met someone new he has no children and is 6 yrs younger than me. He really really wants children and so do I. I had a reversal. It resulted in an etopic and my right tube was removed. Since then I have been pregnant 4 times all ended in early miscarriage. I just started seeing a specialist everything so far is good.Except that I have since developed a clotting disorder I am on meds for that. And that me and my bf are a match so that could be causing miscarriages as well. Other than that my ovarian reserve is good my numbers are excellent. Let's see what happens..Keep me posted and so will I. I have one las test next week and that's all the testing I will need for now.View Thread
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