I am new to this forum and have just recently had my second misscarriage in 4 months I was only roughly 4.5 weeks pregnant with both and I am reading everywhere that nothing can be done until you have had 3 miscarriages.
I really don't want to risk going through this again and would love to hear other ladies stories and experiences.
Where can I go to get tests and what type of tests? Is it just a local GP or can I see a specialist?
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17-04-2012 19:37 #1Junior Member
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2nd misscarriage...options for testing?
17-04-2012 21:00 #2Senior Member
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Maybe book in to see a gyno/obyn, I have had 2 misscarriages and I have also had some problems during my pregnancies so I have been tested for blood clotting disorders, auto immune disease etc.,, which is what they will generally test for if you have recurrent misscarriage
17-04-2012 21:05 #3
So sorry for your loss. I had two miscarriages and I know how hard it can be. Big hugs!
I went and saw a private fertility specialist and he ran a whole heap
Of tests. It was quite expensive. I ended up going on
Progesterone, vitamin d and iron. I am now 25 weeks pregnant and all is going well this time.
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