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    Yes, I have 2 copies and its a lot more dangerous healthwise for the rest of your life. High risk of stroke, heart attacks etc. Thats why I"m on clexane. 1 copy just means you need extra folic acid or active folate. No high risk with your arteries.

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    Sounds awful! Yes, I am on high dose folate already which is good. Do you know if clexane has any benefit towards ANA?

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    I'm not sure what ana is. Mine is also high but not as high as yours. I'm on 2 clexanes a day and not sure if this is because of mthfr and nkc (mine are really high) or mthfr and ana. Trust what Dr M has prescribed for you, he's the best in Aus for immune issues. 😊

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    Thanks I dont see Dr. M, but my FS is a FS with special interests in immune issues/recurrent pregnancy loss. I trust him a lot more than my old FS who pooh poohed immune issues

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    Definitely ask him about clexane then. There is a difference between clexane and asprin. Clexane stops blood from clotting, asprin is a blood thinner

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    I know clexane is for the clotting gene and steroid is for the ANA. I don't have clotting issue but normally have thick blood, I was on clexane until 20w and then switch to aspirin. I'll be on aspirin until 36w. My ANA is 1/80. Intralipid is more for NK cell. I reckon it might help for ANA.

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    Hi all. I found this page, it may help you about the treatments. http://www.immunologysupport.com/treatments.html

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    @Littledragon 2013 that's a great link, very simple to understand… thank you

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    Any perth gal here who is currently cycling?

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    Just a quick drop in to say that my waters broke this morning at 2.15am. I had no pains until about half an hour later on the way to the hospital. At the hospital they hooked me up for monitoring and promptly told me my pains were contractions.... very surprised as they just seemed like period pains??? The contractions started at 2 minutes apart, then 5 mins, then 15 mins, then 30mins, then stopped!! Go figure!! Trust my body to do the opposite of what it's meant to.

    Spent most of the day waiting for Dr M to show up, who told us his plan - if baby girl doesn't come naturally overnight, then it's a c-section tomorrow (Mon) afternoon. He said, since my waters have broken, that it's too risky to give me the drugs for an induction for a natural birth. So she'll be born one way or other tomorrow at 36w 4d - bit earlier than we were expecting, but there you go.

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