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Hi Everyone. This is my first time on here. Here is the deal, tried for 2 1/2 years to get pregnant with no luck. Got tested and low sperm count. Did 4 rounds of IVF with ICSI with 2 chemical pregnancies as a result. Decided to take a break and got pregnant with a boy and carried to full term. He is now 3. Since his birth, we have had 6 miscarriages. First one at 9 weeks, went in for second ultra sound and no heartbeat. Had a D&C. Got pregnant 3 months later, and went in for first U/S and empty sac. Had D&C. Got pregnant 4 months later and carried to 9 weeks and went in and again no heart beat. Had D&C. Got pregnant again 3 months later and carried to 10 weeks and had spontaneous miscarriage. Went for more testing and found nothing. Tried one month, got pregnant and ended as a chemical pregnancy and then got pregnant 4 months later and once again a chemical pregnancy. Through all of the testing they found nothing wrong at all and can't explain how we have our son. No problems getting pregnant just can't make it stick. I took baby aspirin and Prometrium for these past two chemicals and just don't know what to do. I am not ready to give up yet for a second child but I just do not how many people who are supporting me.
I'm so sorry for your losses. As well as TTCAL you could try the recurrent pregnancy loss board. They have tons of information over there. I have had 4 losses and had lots of tests and they can't find anything wrong with me either. I know how frustrating it is.