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    So sorry @Yennie such devastating news. I have been there so know what you are going through. Give yourself some time to see what you want to do next. If you do decide to go again I recommend getting some testing done for immune issues (if you have not done so already ). Take care of yourself

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    @Yennie I’m so sorry to hear such sad news. Take your time to grieve and take care of yourself

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    Sorry to hear @Yennie. Ive been there. Definitely look into autoimmune issues. It made all the difference for me. The great news is you know they can stick. For some people even that is a problem.

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    I’m so sorry @Yennie

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    Really sorry to hear your news @Yennie.

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    @Yennie I am so sorry to hear your news. Nothing I can say will help except please be kind to yourself.

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    @Yennie..sorry to hear the sad news.

    @Moc24 did you have the immune test done by OB or need to be from FS?

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    @Yennie so sorry to hear. It’s just not fair sometimes. Much love and healing to you x

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    Yennie

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Take the time you need to grieve and take care of yourself. This is so very painful, there are no words that can comfort you during this time. So so sorry.

    Much love

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana0108 View Post
    @Yennie..sorry to hear the sad news.

    @Moc24 did you have the immune test done by OB or need to be from FS?
    It needs to be done by a specialist in immune issues. There are not many in Australia. You can see dr Atef Saba if you are in Perth or Dr Gamill Mathias (by phone consult) if you are anywhere else. Costs about $200 for consult they then send you for a heap of blood tests then have another consult for results/treatment plan. Well worth it if you have had any past issues with miscarriage or failure to implant.
    I am currently 18weeks pregnant after many many miscarriages after being diagnosed and treated for minor immune issues (MTHFR and elevated ana). Well worth spending the money to know for sure either way.
    So many woman have had success after seeing these doctors. Good luck

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