I am new to here but I just want to know if anyone could give me any insight or just some type of hope. I have been trying to conceive for almost 2 yrs and had 4 miscarriages. I did all the lab work and everything came back normal. After my 3rd miscarriage my OB gave me progestrone to use if I was to miss my period and become pregnant. So I did miss my period and got a positive home test but a week later I went to get a conformation from my Dr. he said that my hcg was low, 27, and i might miscarry again. I did use the progestrone for that week but I still miscarried. I'm running out of reasons for why my bean is not sticking and it seems like my Dr can't find any other explanation for me. I have normal cycles but it comes every 30-34 days. I just don't know. Did anyone went through this and successfully got pregnant? Im slowly giving up and just afraid to try again.View Thread
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