HI I HAVE BEEN HAVING ISSUES WITH DVTS & P.E SINCE 2007. IT SUCKS !! I WAS ON THE 10 YEAR IUD UNTIL SEPT. OF THIS YEAR WHEN ME AND MY HUSBAND DECIDED WE WANTED TO TRY TO HAVE A LIL ONE. WHEN I TALKED TO MY OB DR BEFORE SHE REMOVED IT SHE TOLD ME IT WASNT A GOOD IDEA DUE TO THE RISKS OF CLOTS. I SINCE THEN HAVE REMOVED IT AND AWAITING TO GET PREGNANT. I HAVE BEEN TAKING THE LOVENOX SHOTS SINCE THEN ( ABOUT 2 MONTH) TO PREVENT ANY CLOTS FROM FORMING, BUT I STILL HAVENT COME OUT PREGNANT. IVE NEVER TAKEN HEPARIN BUT I WAS TOLD WHEN I DO COME OUT PREGNANT I WOULD HAVE TO EVENTUALLY SWITCH TOWARDS THE END OF MY PREGNANCY SINCE I HAVE TO HAVE A CESARIAN. LOVENOX YEAH GIVES A STINGING SENSATION AND BRUISING BUT IS A HELL OF A LOT OF MONEY. GOOD THING I DONT PAY FOR IT. I HAVE MISSED MY PERIOD FOR ALMOST 3 WEEKS ALREADY BUT EVERY PREGNANCY TEST I HAVE TAKEN IS NEGATIVE. JUST THOUGHT I WOULD SHARE MY STORY WITH YALL , AND BEST LUCK TO EVERYONE ON HERE. View Thread
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