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March 29th, 2012, 08:01 AM
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I am just so upset and need to vent. The ER dotor told me yesterday to prepare for another miscarriage. I am getting so tired of hearing that. Why can't any doctor just listen to me when I same that I am concerned and actually make me an appointment. No I end up having to go to the ER because the stupid ob doctor says that they don't think the pain is pregnancy related and tells me to call family doctor. Family doctor tells me to call ob. So to the er I go because neither of the doctors want to help. Er does tests and tells me hcg is only 20.9 to prepare for miscarriage again. But that I need to go back in on friday for another blood draw. I just want to know why this keeps happening. I was so careful not to mention to anyone untill I went to the doctor and then the day before yesterday I went to nurse visit and decided to tell my parents and our other kids, only to find out the next day that we will be losing it. This just sucks so much. I feel like a fool having to call everyone back and say well not anymore.
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March 29th, 2012, 08:34 AM
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*hugs*

I would start with finding a new OB/Doctor and get a referral to a RE and get some testing done. Next bfp, get your progesterone done. Early losses can be a result of low progesterone.

hopefully some of the other girls who've been through the RE process can give you some more insight!
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March 29th, 2012, 04:45 PM
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*hugs* Ashley gave great advice. Fire your doctor and find one that cares about you and your baby. Ask the new doctor to run a recurrent loss panel. (Be prepared, it's a lot of bloodwork. Be hydrated!)
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March 29th, 2012, 04:59 PM
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I am sorry. What you are going through is rough. I hope you find a better doctor soon.
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April 1st, 2012, 11:43 AM
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I agree with finding new Drs, it is tough to find one that cares, but once you do it is such a difference. I am sorry for your losses.
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