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August 18th, 2012, 05:46 PM
baabaamilker's Avatar Veteran
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This is a crosspost, sorry about that, just looking to find out as much as I can from others with the same experiences as myself i.e. age, miscarriages, etc.

Hi, I'm 34, mother of nine kiddos. Before baby number nine I experienced three consecutive miscarriages, and again after baby number nine I've now had three consecutive miscarriages. These miscarriages were all early, around 3 weeks or so. None of them were confirmed by urine tests. My husband who was a long time phlebotomist was able to do blood tests for each of them, but never did I get positive urine tests.

I've been attempting self diagnosis as I like to stick with more natural remedies if possible. In my attempt to self diagnosis I've taken up temping to see if it will give me a little bit of an idea of what's going on inside. I've used cervical mucus for determining when I'm ovulating for years.

I'm currently on a TTA cycle. I'm pretty sure I have ovulated already this cycle and that we were successful at avoiding. What a relief it is not to be under pregnancy hormones and the suspense of hope and worry that the little one might not stick. So hopefully my body will right itself as we hope to avoid next month as well. The three cycles before this one were all miscarriages.

I'm wondering if there is anyone else who charts who might be having the same issue I am. Though I'm about 99% positive of when I ovulate based on observation of mucus by sight and sensation, my temperatures do not rise until 10-15 days after ovulation. I know this is a sign of something going wrong but I'm trying to figure out what.

If you have ever had this issue, now or before, and you were able to be diagnosed what was the diagnosis?

I'm currently trying to help in taking herbs to help create a healthy egg and corpus luteum as I know for sure from a test during one of the miscarriages before baby nine that my progesterone was very low.

Just wondering on the very rare chance there is somebody with temps like mine. I can't find any charts on Fertility Friend that resemble mine at all.

Thank you all so much.

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August 19th, 2012, 08:39 AM
geogeek's Avatar Marsi's Mommy
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I haven't had the low temp issues but I have had several early losses like that. I took baby aspirin and feel that is why I was able to stay pregnant with DD. With temps like that, your progesterone would be low. Temp rise is because of progesterone. Do you have a doctor that could get you some progesterone?

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August 19th, 2012, 03:16 PM
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i'm giving progesterone cream a try this cycle... I wish I was temping to see the rise.
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