This my 4th pregnancy,DD was born 10 weeks early followed by 2 m/cs and this pregnancy that is going good so far.I am 21w1d and having a baby girl.She is due April 11th.I have been doing progesterone shots for 5 weeks,hopefully they help so that this baby won't be born early.View Thread
Hi,I had a premature baby girl over 7 yrs ago,10 weeks early. When I got pregnant again my dr recommended I start progesterone shots once a week up to 37 weeks. I am 21w1d and I have had 5 shots so far with no side effects. The baby is doing great so far and I had an u/s done that showed that my cervix is long and closed. The shots that I am doing are also called 17P and are not too expensive, we pay about $80 for 4 shots which is about $80 a month. Hopefully that helped a bit.View Thread
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