I have had 5 pregnancies. First one was healthy, second i miscarried at 14 weeks, third conceived two months after D&C-healthy, fourth unknown pregnancy and miscarried possible twins unsure how far along was told possibly 3 months or so, and fifth i miscarried painfully at 8 weeks along. After the last miscarriage my OBGYN did a habitual Abortion blood panel to see why I have miscarried so much. Found out I have the hereditary blood clotting disorder call Factor ll Mutation where my blood clots too much. I got a referal to see a Genetics Counselor about it but its several months out and I have been trying to conceive for over a year. I was put on Clomid to conceive this last time. But now nothings being done in the mean time. I cant get on birth control because it raises the blood clotting risk. If I get pregnant I fell that all I can do is nothing. Will baby Asprin help me not lose it or what? I don't get why I have to wait around about half a year to get help with it because that's the only opening they had. Isn't there someone else that can help me sooner? I have no idea what to do.View Thread
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