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September 9th, 2010, 01:12 PM
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You mentioned int eh Roll Call that your thyroid was not assoiated with your recurrent losses, but the clotting disorder you have may have been caused by your thyroid. I know the docs said lupus, but hypothyorid can cause it too, especially if you have auto-immune thyroid problems. Have they ever tested you thyroid anti-bodies? I remember reading that they tested you once and you didn't have it and then tested you later and you did, so it might only be responsible for your the miscarriages.

Here is a link toi research that talks about having the thyroid sissues and antiphospholid. Anti-thyroid antibodies and antiphospholipid syndr... [Am J Reprod Immunol. 2004] - PubMed result

I only mention it because dealing with recurrent MC and thyroid is enough, I hope that you don't have to add lupus to the list.
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