that is wrong about over perscribing, because i have been to so many diffrent doctors that didnt take my gene mutation seriously and i am well was on my 11th miscarriage because they would only tell me to take baby asprin and that was it.its been so hard emotionally andd physically.dont let no one tell u its not as serious as u think cause it is. im still trying but this time i have a doctor who is willing to do extra reasearch on my issue. i have one child wh is 11yrs old and in the middle of my pregnacy i had blood clots all over my body over nite and had to go to the doctor, my leg blew up 4 times the size of it and we both almost died. but after they found out and gave mre lovenox twice a day >80mg all together i had a sucessful pregnacy and he was a very healthy boy. good luck amberView Thread
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