Little bit of out background, hubby and I have been trying for a year now for another little one, we have been seeing our wonderful doc, dr Lok. I had joy puts had surgery last month for very mild endometriosis and my right tube was totally blocked, I Also have a slightly low AMH level of 9.8, not as bad as a lot of ladies but still a little low. We got our BFP on Sunday, the joy we felt was just the best, my hubby started to cry as we have waited so long and the stress and money we are spending we were finally got out little one. But at the shops on Tuesday I started to bleed, I had my follow up appt with Dr Lok this day also and was hoping to give him the good news but I knew in my heart was was going to happen.
I rushed to my GP and we done bloods, I balled my eyes out and my doc also cried, I have never seen a doc cry before, but to me it proved she really did care about us, she has known how much we wanted this. My HCG levels are only at 11 I knew that I was not going to keep this baby Dr Lok was trying to be positive. The next day I did another test and the levels dropped to 6 and that was the moment It was all over dr Lok has sent me for more blood tests for progesterone levels and oestrogen levels ( if anyone can explain why that would be so helpful as I didn't get to speak to dr Lok only the nurse) I'm just so sad and I just need to get this out thnk you for listening.
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01-11-2013 07:57 #1
I'm just not coping well :(
01-11-2013 08:20 #2
I'm so sorry, I really wish you all the best xoxo
01-11-2013 14:03 #3
Thanks for replying Joeee, i'm just so devastated and looking for some support x
01-11-2013 14:32 #4
hugs gabberqueen, so sad for you, I hope you heal from this and get your hearts wish in the near future. much sympathy. Marie.
01-11-2013 14:33 #5
Big huge hugs lovely, that's so unfair
01-11-2013 14:34 #6
Also ask your Dr to refer you for some counseling (and your DH too) if you think it will help xx take care
01-11-2013 14:52 #7Senior Member
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No words just lots of hugs xxx
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01-11-2013 14:53 #8Senior Member
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I'm so sorry, sending you lots of hugs xx
01-11-2013 14:58 #9
big big I hope it works out for you.
02-11-2013 19:53 #10Junior Member
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Sorry for your loss Gabberqueen83 in answer to your question (stolen straight from some random website) eostrogen is needed to helps the uterus grow, maintain the uterine lining, increase blood circulation, and activates and regulates the production of other key hormones. In early pregnancy estrogen promotes the growth of your breasts; later on, it helps develop their milk-making machinery. Baby benefits too: Estrogen triggers the development of organs and regulates bone density in developing arms and legs. Progesterone manufactured first by the ovaries and then by the placenta starting around the second trimester. Progesterone keeps the placenta functioning properly and the uterine lining healthy and thick, and it stimulates the growth of breast tissue. It also cracks down on pre-pregnancy's natural contractions of the smooth muscle of the uterus, allowing your baby to grow in your expanding (and expanding, and expanding…) womb. I have conceived using IVF for this cycle I am currently taking oestrogen twice per day and have progesterone 3 times per day to help support my pregnancy ( I am 8wks). I had had some bleeding at 4weeks and a blood test indicated that my progesterone had dropped so they increased my dose. They start weening me off the progesterone at 10weeks as by 12 my body should have taken over.............when they did the blood test to see if I was pregnant they also tested my progesterone levels so they had a baseline. Hope this helps.
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