My dh and I are ttc #3 - we have 7yr. old twin girls. This is not our 1st attempt at this - but our last. We have suffered 3 miscarriages in the past. I'm scared. I don't want to experience loss anymore. I want a postive preg. I ache to hold our son/daughter. We will try for this year and if it has not happened....we will hang up that part of our lives and continue to love and support our 2 beautiful girls! I just wish I had more answers as to why the miscarriages in the past. We were at 8wks for all 3.View Thread
I discussed the progesterone with my dr. the last time and she wasn't very willing to help. She just went with the old saying "its happening for a reason" I was very discouraged at this. I am in the process of finding a new dr. because of this. I didn't feel she gave me the "time" I needed for the questions I had.View Thread
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