reading your post and noticed its a year old Just wondering if you did end up having a child. I have both and have been trying for a very long time. Im wondering if maybe being put on a blood thinner before getting pregnant would help. I take 2 baby aspirin a day but its not really helping. I have had 3 misscariages and its been over a year since i have been able to get pregnant. Any advice? Anything will help. I will do whatever it takes. I will never stop trying. I know the reason i was put on this earth was to be a mommy.View Thread
Ok so i got stuck with both of these mutations and have been trying so hard to have a child. I have misscarried 3 times and have had no luck getting prego for the last year Im taking 2 baby aspirin a day and dont know what else to do. Has any one with both been able to have a child with no complications.View Thread
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