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British Study on Recurrent Miscarriage sheds some light... *WARNING*


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September 11th, 2012, 12:08 PM
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This study is rather interesting, but do not let it make you feel like if they are right it is your fault!!!! This study focus's on Chemicals.


BBC News - Super-fertility offers clue to recurrent miscarriage
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September 12th, 2012, 11:27 AM
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Very interesting. Wonder what made them to look into this?
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September 12th, 2012, 08:32 PM
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good question! I don't know, but it was rather interesting to read.
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Me: Hashi's, PCOS, Insulin resistant, Multiple miscarriages
175mcg Synthyroid, 1500mg Metformin
Colposcopy = CIN1+CIN2 cells Polypectomy - August 21st
Him: MFI low count, low morphology, low motillity
Seeing MFI specialist/RE in 2015. Vitamins started August 2nd
Trying a few cycles of clomid and progesterone. FX this is all it takes.
Cycle 1: Clomid cd3-7 ~ bfn
Cycle 2: Clomid cd 3-7
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September 12th, 2012, 09:24 PM
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September 14th, 2012, 08:22 AM
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Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.
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Miscarriage at 10 weeks - February 14, 2009
Miscarriage of twin boys at 11 weeks - September 21, 2009
Chemical pregnancy - January 9, 2010
Miscarriage at 10 weeks - April 21, 2010
Miscarriage at 7 weeks - October 22, 2010
Miscarriage at 10 weeks - May 14, 2011
Miscarriage at 17 weeks - December 7, 2011 (My sweet little Joshua had Achondrogenesis type 2)
Miscarriage at 5 weeks - June 5, 2013

All test results normal. Reason for RPL unknown.

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September 28th, 2012, 07:51 AM
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It was very interesting. Given the pattern of my miscarriages, I think this might be my issue, and maybe I lost Rose for a different reason altogether. Especially since recent testing to make sure I wouldn't have any clotting issues during delivery seems to show that the borderline positive results I had during my RPL workup were probably a fluke (which is good for me obviously but left me scratching my head). I don't think I'll ever know for sure WHY it all happened, I just hope I never have to go through it again.
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Augie, this one!
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December 7th, 2012, 01:02 PM
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Wow, this article was a lovely read. A little reassuring that maybe my body isn't "failing" but rather its being an overachiever. Thanks for sharing this.
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December 8th, 2012, 01:00 AM
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I absolutely think this is a huge contributing factor for me & it confirms something I wondered about. Every single time we have tried to get pregnant it happens right off - even when not trying very hard. With my 1st pregnancy we weren't even trying, we just didn't prevent & I thought it would take a few months.

Then we went through allll of the testing & they found no issues with me, but Dh has a chromosomal abnormality (called balanced translocation). So, that should put our loss rate at about 40%...but we have had at least 7 miscarriages, one confirmed with twins. Plus, with Ds#1, we had one "oops" that wasn't even at the "right" time & I got prego (miscommunication - I told Dh it was a fertile time - he thought that mean - go for it - I thought he knew we were taking a TTC break). So yeah - it makes total sense to me, because I have said all along SOMETHING more had to be going on than just Dh's diagnosis since we have LOTS more losses than diagnostics stats would predict. But if I get prego every time on the first try - I could very well be allowing implantation for any zygote no matter how viable or not. That seems very plausible to me given our situation. I will not however likely let them sample any more of my uterine cells any time soon - I've had enough of that for one lifetime. LOL
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December 8th, 2012, 01:25 PM
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I read another very good article on something similar just the other day and didn't think to share it. grrr.

The basis was "why does our bodies allow inferior eggs to be released and fertilized." and the answer was pretty much that our bodies refuse to allow any opportunity to go untaken. If healthy eggs and sperm can create unhealthy children, then there's the same logic that unhealthy eggs and sperm can create miracles.
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Awesome siggy made by Jaidynsmum

Me: Hashi's, PCOS, Insulin resistant, Multiple miscarriages
175mcg Synthyroid, 1500mg Metformin
Colposcopy = CIN1+CIN2 cells Polypectomy - August 21st
Him: MFI low count, low morphology, low motillity
Seeing MFI specialist/RE in 2015. Vitamins started August 2nd
Trying a few cycles of clomid and progesterone. FX this is all it takes.
Cycle 1: Clomid cd3-7 ~ bfn
Cycle 2: Clomid cd 3-7
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