It's been about 7 weeks since I had my second miscarriage for the year and I am slowly working my way back.
I am not sure when I will start trying again,there is no reason I can't start right away medically but I am not yet ready to go through it all given my history and I want to make sure I give myself the best possible chance as I fear I am down to my last try ( I don't think my partner will let me try more than one more time)
My history,I had a still birth many years ago at 34 weeks but that was from lack of care from the hospital and could have been avoided.
In late April this year I miscarried around 6 weeks and in August this year I miscarried around 8 -9 weeks. It was a missed miscarriage and I
opted to use the misoprostol tablets again which are not for the faint hearted but I didn't want to take any risks with surgery given my age.
I handled the first miscarriage really well all things considered,I just chalked it down to bad luck but this second one has taken it's toll especially after the first ultrasound revealed a nice strong healthy heartbeat.
My partner and I have both had karyotype testing and it came back as normal. My ultrasound on my uterus came back as as young persons uterus ( I am older than I would like to be for trying to have children) and my progesterone is supposedly good as well. The other tests came back good as well ( auto immune,blood clotting) so it's been put down to bad luck.
The doctor recommended I take folate and iodine and to stay healthy but that's about all.
I am currently taking ubiquinol in the hopes it may help my egg quality and I will be seeing a naturopath very soon.
At this stage I am willing to try anything so please feel free to make suggestions.
The one thing I do have on my side is that I can get pregnant very easily,the first this year was our first try and the second our second try 2 cycles after the miscarriage. I have had one cycle already since the second miscarriage and have ovulated for the second time already since so everything has gone back to normal pretty fast.
Thanks in advance!