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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Progesterone is a bit like insurance, in that generally you shouldn't actually needed. I'm like a broken record on this point, but HCG causes Progesterone to rise, not the other way around so if you've got a strong little embryo your progesterone will go up on its own. The extra is just an insurance policy. Good luck.
    Still there is a lot of anecdotal evidence that it can help with recurrent mc. Of course more research is needed but I would be taking it if I was you. Good luck OP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwerty View Post
    Still there is a lot of anecdotal evidence that it can help with recurrent mc. Of course more research is needed but I would be taking it if I was you. Good luck OP!
    Oh I'm not saying don't take it, they had to pry the progesterone out of my hands when I was first pregnant. I took it for several weeks after my FS said to stop... I'm just saying I wouldn't worry about having started it a little later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwerty View Post
    Still there is a lot of anecdotal evidence that it can help with recurrent mc. Of course more research is needed but I would be taking it if I was you. Good luck OP!
    Oh I'm not saying don't take it, they had to pry the progesterone out of my hands when I was first pregnant. I took it for several weeks after my FS said to stop... I'm just saying I wouldn't worry about having started it a little later.

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    Feeling less positive today. Bfp very slightly darker but pink blood in applicator after I put my progesterone in this morning. Af due tomorrow

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    I think it is positive that the bfp is darker still. It is quite common to have a bit of spotting around time of af, but I know how discouraging it feels when you have had chemicals. Keeping everything crossed for you!

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    Thanks @Patience86.
    Here are my tests, do you think today's is darker?
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    The applicator/Crinone itself may have irritated your cervix Luv which might have caused the spotting.

    Or as PP said...breakthrough spotting/staining or bleeding happens to some women around the time AF is due.

    Good Luck!!

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    Just realised how poor the quality of photo is, you can't even really see any lines. I promise they are there lol.

    Thanks ladies I really hope I'm worrying for nothing but after having such a Sh!tty year with all this I just can't be excited

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    Photos never show up well on bh, but I can see something in the third test...which seems promising

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1447893622.887592.jpg

    Starting to darken up nicely. I'm now 13dpo and anxiously awaiting the results of my first beta this morning.

    Still not ready to relax and go with the flow though!


 

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