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    Congratulations, that's fantastic news

    Are you feeling confident?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCT View Post
    Congratulations, that's fantastic news

    Are you feeling confident?
    Thankyou!

    I'm feeling more confident than before the scan, but I can't help being concerned when I see people sharing their experiences of having losses after the supposed 12 week "safe" period. I'm just not sure I'm going to be able to relax at any point during this pregnancy - I guess I feel too well informed about all the things that can go wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arlais View Post
    Thankyou!

    I'm feeling more confident than before the scan, but I can't help being concerned when I see people sharing their experiences of having losses after the supposed 12 week "safe" period. I'm just not sure I'm going to be able to relax at any point during this pregnancy - I guess I feel too well informed about all the things that can go wrong.
    Glad to hear your scan went so well Arlais. Keep in mind it's only 1-2% of pregnancies that don't make it once you hit the "safe" period. It is unfortunate that it is a reality, but if bub looks good, try only to concern yourself with staying well and getting them nice and chubby! Every pregnancy and person is different. If such things easily get you worried, be careful which pregnancy books you buy as many of them have all the things that can go wrong in them. (I also try to avoid those sections as I have dx anxiety problem)


    After still not getting through to the public system specialist, our ob got back to us and said to stay off the aspirin until I get the all clear. Was so nice to get the reassurance that I was doing the right thing! 10 days til next scan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Glad to hear your scan went so well Arlais. Keep in mind it's only 1-2% of pregnancies that don't make it once you hit the "safe" period. It is unfortunate that it is a reality, but if bub looks good, try only to concern yourself with staying well and getting them nice and chubby! Every pregnancy and person is different. If such things easily get you worried, be careful which pregnancy books you buy as many of them have all the things that can go wrong in them. (I also try to avoid those sections as I have dx anxiety problem)


    After still not getting through to the public system specialist, our ob got back to us and said to stay off the aspirin until I get the all clear. Was so nice to get the reassurance that I was doing the right thing! 10 days til next scan!
    Thanks Little Ted, that does give me a little bit of reassurance. I do tend to over worry about these things - which I know isn't good for me or the baby. It's actually the ANA+ which is causing most of my concern. I'm frightened that as soon as I come off the clexane that my body is going to attack the placenta. I hate the needles and look forward to coming off the support meds, but so scared that everything will go wrong once I do.

    I'm glad you finally managed to get some answers and reassurance that you're doing the right thing - good luck for your next scan!!

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    Im so sorry to hear about your loss LT. I myself will never feel like there is a safe period in pregnancy I wont be announcing till20 weeks

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    Thank you Tiffanyandco.

    It seems to be implantation issues. Has anyone on here had problems with implantation? I was on aspirin from o, but obviously it wasn't enough. Not sure why our first three stuck and now I have problems. Might post something on the general forum later. I only have FVL hetero, so it really shouldn't be causing this much of an issue early on in the pregnancy.

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    Sorry I can't answer your question little ted, but I hope you're doing okay.

    Just received a letter from my OB today and a referral form for bloods. She wants to do further testing to see exactly what is causing my high ANA levels. It's 1:1280 titre speckled pattern. I'm glad that it's going to be investigated further, but still quite scared what the results might be...


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    Im wonderimg if anyone in this thread knows much about MTHFR? I have just got blood results back saying I am homozygous for MTHFR A1298C which is apparently the variant with less complications? My homocysteine levels are fine though. My dh has come back as heterozygous for MTHFR A1298C. I have no idea what any of this means its waaay out of my league! I had a miscarriage earlier this year and now worried it could be related. What was everyone advised by their fs about this? Im going to speak to my dr asap but trying to find out more info in the meantime! Are there any other tests I shpuld be asking for? Factor v leiden was negative

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    Quote Originally Posted by hummingbird1 View Post
    Im wonderimg if anyone in this thread knows much about MTHFR? I have just got blood results back saying I am homozygous for MTHFR A1298C which is apparently the variant with less complications? My homocysteine levels are fine though. My dh has come back as heterozygous for MTHFR A1298C. I have no idea what any of this means its waaay out of my league! I had a miscarriage earlier this year and now worried it could be related. What was everyone advised by their fs about this? Im going to speak to my dr asap but trying to find out more info in the meantime! Are there any other tests I shpuld be asking for? Factor v leiden was negative
    I have MTHFR but im heterozygous compound the worst of all of them unfortunately. It can be linked to miscarriage and birth defects and autism if not treated well. I haven't read to much about the homo one but I think they are pretty much the same. You can process synthetic forms of b9 which is folic acid, b12, b6 and pretty much all vitamins so you need to get products from the usa as we dont do methylfolate ect in aus.

    It can lead to blood clots during pregnancy and so many other health problems so you will have to take methylfolate for the rest of your life. Folic acid needs to be avoided at all costs as it builds up in your system and your body wont detoc ect. You wont find many drs that even know what mthfr is and many will say its nothing or just to take folic acid which is a BIG NO NO. Have a look on line, the information is overwhelming but its something you need to learn. Im still learning everyday and just found out in march.

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    It seems to be quiet o here but I am going to post and see what happens!
    I have just found out that I am pregnant with no3!
    I had a MC with No1 at 19weeks and found out that I have 1copy of factor V lieden and MHKFR(?).
    I had a great pregnancy with No2 and my OB was great. Clexane injections daily.
    The OB that I saw a few weeks ago has said that this time I just need baby asprin.
    Feeling quite nervous.
    Would love to hear others thoughts.
    Emzy


 

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