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    Maybe you could get your progesterone levels tested if you haven't already, if they are low they may cause spotting

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    Quote Originally Posted by miissalina View Post
    Maybe you could get your progesterone levels tested if you haven't already, if they are low they may cause spotting
    I think the doc ordered that too. My progesterone was through the roof at the beginning of my pregnancy (940) so if it's dropped that dramatically it's probably not a good sign.

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    My progesterone after transfer was always high it would then drop as the other follicles that they collected from would shrink and the dominant follicle wasn't producing enough. There's no harm being on prog pessaries so you could possibly ask if they think that mite help. I'm currently 33 weeks pregnant and still on prog pessaries but that's for a shortened cervix not to do with levels anymore

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    @rainbow road also if it has dropped it doesn't necessarily mean anything is wrong with ur baby, mine dropped and my baby was a pgd tested embryo and healthy as can be I also has two lots of brown spotting at 6 weeks and again at 7 weeks while I was taking prog, your ultrasound went great which is a great sign, some ladies just get unexplained spotting which isn't always a bad thing I just think it's worth looking into ur hormone levels just to be safe

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    Thanks @Miisalina I'll get my results back this afternoon or tomorrow, hopefully all is well and it really is just one of those things!

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    Hey could it be anything to do with the other emby you had transferred? Maybe it tried to implant but didn't and now you are getting the old blood from when it tried to? Fingers crossed for you xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Hey could it be anything to do with the other emby you had transferred? Maybe it tried to implant but didn't and now you are getting the old blood from when it tried to? Fingers crossed for you xx
    I did think that could be a possibility. There was no evidence of a second sac or anything but if it tried and failed very early on I suppose there never would've been.

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    Default Brown spotting every morning

    Just wondering how it all went today, I've been thinking about you.

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    I never got my results back, my scan is tomorrow. Spotting was virtually non existent today so hopefully my scan will be perfect and I won't bother with anymore bloods.

    Thinking that it probably was just my cervix being irritated by the transvaginal ultrasound last week.

    Felt pretty yuck the last few days so hopefully Bub is doing fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I never got my results back, my scan is tomorrow. Spotting was virtually non existent today so hopefully my scan will be perfect and I won't bother with anymore bloods.

    Thinking that it probably was just my cervix being irritated by the transvaginal ultrasound last week.

    Felt pretty yuck the last few days so hopefully Bub is doing fine
    I hope everything keeps going ok and you get more reassurance tomorrow with your scan.

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