After trying to conceive for 2 years I have had 1 MA 7.5 weeks and one MC 7 weeks this year. The last miscarriage was 4th of may, and now I find myself pregnant again. I should be happy, but I just worry. The docors will not test why this is happening before i have had 3 MC. With my two past pregnancies I had light spotting on and off before the embryo stopped developing. Anyone have any experience with progesteron cream or other advice to get the pregnancy to "stick"??View Thread
Thank you for replying. I will be calling my doctor and ask for the tests. I am hoping three is the charm, and that I will be able to bring home a baby for my birthday. When I startet TTC a couple of years ago I never knew it would be so hard!View Thread
Thank you for replying. people around me do not know we are trying, so it is lonely to go through this. It is still super early, so I will wait a few days to see if it is a chemical pregnancy. Then I will call my doctor and ask for the tests. I do not think the cost will be high, and it is so worth it!View Thread
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