Hi all! I am new to these boards and am looking to connect and share the journey of TTC with you all. I am currently trying for my 2nd. I have a 4 year old dd. We have been trying for 3months and are hoping for some good news in 2013. I am however concerned and was hoping to find someone with some advice: for the past year I have started having brown spotting around the 17th day of my cycle. This past month since we are hoping to get preg I saw my OB and she ordered some bloodwork to find out why. We both expected my progesterone to be very low, but it and my tsh and fsh levels were all perfect. I assumed if i was spotting my levels were too low to carry a pregnancy but now im just confused. I have a follow up appt next week to see what the next step is. Anyone else ever here of a problem like this? Thanks so much!!View Thread
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