Posted by: Anon | 2009/04/07

Pregnancy not sticking

I have gotten pregnant twice this year then HCG levels don' t rise and I lose the pregnancy. What is causing this? I have another child but my gynae gave me progesterone at the beginning of that pregnancy, should I ask my new gynae for this? What' s wrong with me?

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Dear Anon

It would be very difficult for me to ascertain the cause as to why you have had two early pregnancies losses. One of theses causes would be a low progesterone level early in pregnancy. As you have had this problem before and have used this with a continuation of a successful pregnancy it would be wise to use progesterone early in your next pregnancy as well. If despite the use of progesterone you still have a third pregnancy loss then I would suggest a full investigation for recurrent pregnancy failure should be undertaken.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/05/08

We have lost a baby in Sep 08, due to our chromosones clashing as per my gyne and our blood groups are the same -B, we have been trying to fall pregnant ever since, what would be the procedure regarding our blood groups and what can we do to fall pregnant again soon. Please Help

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/04/21

my friend had an abortion at her early age and was six months preg at that time,now she cant catch she keeps on loosing the baby but at an early stage.

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