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    Default Recurrent chemical pregnancies, help anyone?

    Hi ladies

    Just wondering if anyone has had experiences with repeat chemical pregnancies? I have had two back to back and am starting to wonder if its not just conincience. The first time I was on clomid and progesterone, and my luteal phase was fine, started bleeding 12DPO, 3 days after my BFP.
    This last cycle I did on my own, BFP at 8DPO, bleeding from 9DPO. So very very early miscarriages.

    Does anyone know why it happens? I've googled, but its all so inconclusive. I am seeing my FS on Tuesday so hopefuly he can shed some light as well.

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    No answers but hopefully your FS will have some - let us know how you go.

    I've had one very early mc and one chemical, FS seems to think it's probably just bad luck. He's against testing before AF is late because he said a lot of conceptions don't progress to 'real' pregnancies due to faults in the genetic material.

    Nevertheless we are having DH's sperm tested, there is something called DNA fragmentation that can be an issues.

    Hope you get your sticky bub soon

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    Unfortunately many will never know why they tend to miscarry

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    I had two and it was due to low progesterone levels in my body.

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    Howdy - cant help with an answer but my FS says they happen in 40% of all pregnancies. I'm so far batting just above average with 50% (I've had 5 between 10 cycles). Good luck with your journey. If you find an answer I'd be very grateful to you for sharing it!


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