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    @francesthecat nooooooooooooo! It's your turn! I'm so sorry Hun, nothing can make you feel better at a a time like this, I hope you get some answers soon xxxx
    @MrsEmilyS, one of the ladies on the Facebook group has had one recently, although I think she was bleeding with it. Bed rest, extra progesterone, intralipids and I think she cut back on clexane. Good luck.
    @CloudBabies, I had mine around cd26/27 I think. I think it's more important when you ovulated rather than the day, so if you have a long literal phase it wouldn't be a problem.

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    Thank you @Little Ted and @Chiefsgirl! Dr m has told me to stay on the clexane at this stage but I will be asking him this Sunday again about this. There seems to be lots of differing opinions online about stoping clexane with sch's.

    Little ted - when did your sch go away? Was it just reabsorbed?

    Thank you for your help ladies x

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    MrsEmilyS - I had a SCH this pregnancy & a massive bleed at 6.5 weeks. As chiefs girl said, bed rest, extra progesterone etc Dr M said to cut back on clexane for a few days but my FS said that clexane doesn't cause bleeding & to stay on it. Anyway, I've had a few other big bleeds & alot of brown spotting but the SCH wasn't near the placenta or bub so was told we were safe. On my scan this week (10wks2days) no SCH! It has resolved :-) my OB said it usually happens by about 12 weeks. I'm also on Intralipids, pred etc

    I'd listen to Dr M - he knows his stuff and deals with SCH etc all the time. Have weekly scans to make sure everything is going okay - for your peace of mind. Good luck Hun!

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    Cloud babies, mine was on CD 21, and I got pregnant 2 months later! Cd 21 is perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsEmilyS View Post
    Thank you @Little Ted and @Chiefsgirl! Dr m has told me to stay on the clexane at this stage but I will be asking him this Sunday again about this. There seems to be lots of differing opinions online about stoping clexane with sch's.

    Little ted - when did your sch go away? Was it just reabsorbed?

    Thank you for your help ladies x
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    I am going to hopefully get my results from the biopsy today, in a way I hope it comes back positive as then I have an answer to our miscarriages. I have been treated with clexane and prednisone as a precaution any way but it doesn't seem to be working
    I am assuming I will need to wean off the prednisone? Anyone have any advise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elarwood View Post
    MrsEmilyS - I had a SCH this pregnancy & a massive bleed at 6.5 weeks. As chiefs girl said, bed rest, extra progesterone etc Dr M said to cut back on clexane for a few days but my FS said that clexane doesn't cause bleeding & to stay on it. Anyway, I've had a few other big bleeds & alot of brown spotting but the SCH wasn't near the placenta or bub so was told we were safe. On my scan this week (10wks2days) no SCH! It has resolved :-) my OB said it usually happens by about 12 weeks. I'm also on Intralipids, pred etc

    I'd listen to Dr M - he knows his stuff and deals with SCH etc all the time. Have weekly scans to make sure everything is going okay - for your peace of mind. Good luck Hun!
    Oh that's great news, I was wondering when your next scan was!

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    Cloud babies - yes you need to wean off. Ask your doc for recommended dosage.

    AFM I am just trying to think about what our next move will be if this cycle doesn't work.. I was reading about ivig instated of intrepallids and getting scared about the side affects... Don't think it's for me... Thoughts? Has anyone had bad side affects? It seems very experimental.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella978 View Post
    Precious heart does dr Benny really do them? That's new bc when I started immune treatment in sept 2012 he was dead against it for me! Worked first time
    Though! What does he charge, and where does he do the infusion?
    Hi Bella, yes someone told me that Dr Benny does them and I called them a few months ago - they said he does them on a Friday, takes 3-4 hours and costs $350… only thing in I have to get a referral from my Genea FS for him to do them and my FS refused twice saying that I don't need them and that there is no proof of it working la la la… So I will stick with Dr M, I was just trying to lower costs a bit… haven't told my FS I've already had 2 intralipids already! I just can't seem to stand up to him, and he says that google is the worst thing that ever happened to medicine - all I know is I wouldn't know half of what I know and have met all you lovely ladies without google

    Frances, I'm so sorry about your result, very hard, keep trying, stay strong

    Re the subchorionic haematoma, I had one with my second pregnancy I think and I clearly recall my FS saying that he wasn't worried - he said there was some bleeding around the sac at 6 weeks - and that he saw that in 30% of pregnancies… unfortunately I lost that pregnancy at 7/8 weeks… that was my second miscarriage (no immune treatment I wasn't looking into that then)… then I had two embies transferred and lost one and bled with my son up til 15/16 weeks and the OB didn't know why and was quite concerned… I had heaps of scans up til then… and the bleeding stopped and I had my beautiful son. Again I wasn't on immune treatment and I think the second embie was sacrificed and that my son was just a real stayer.

    I hope that helps, I would get the intralipids if I was you… although the flying is a tough call, but if Dr M says it's ok, is it ok??? Why can't you get them in Perth, have you tried everything to find them, do they still not do them there??? What about Dr Nick L in Melbourne, will be a shorter flight for you??

    Big hugs to everyone, stay strong!!!!!!

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    Oh Frances bummer . I was so hoping it would work. Big hugs x

    Re intralipids in Perth. I thought I read on another thread that there is now someone in Perth who does them. I can't remember where I saw it or who does them but I'm sure I read it!!

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