I also took Lovenox for four of my pregnancies and refused it on my last because I could tell what it was doing to me. I now live with severe arthritis pain in all of my joints and going to specialist just to manage the pain. I was on the shots consecutively form 2004-2009. After complaining about joint pains in hands and feet to my doctor she sent me to a specialist. She said that I should of been taking Vitamin D when on it as it takes all the Calicum out of your body,Also she said that you should be on a 3 year break because of this to let your build rebuild it. I was only off of it for a few months between pregnancies. My middle child also has autism. My second child has joint pain just like me, as well as my fourth child. My second child joint pop all the time when she moving and she is only 6. I had no joint problems untill after this med. Also I didnt take any other meds thru this time as I try not to take anything.View Thread
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