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    Quote Originally Posted by Gynkat View Post
    @Mrsl73 how many weeks are you? I had the same happen around 7 weeks, my progesterone dropped massively. I ended up going on 6 pessaries a day plus 100mg provera tablets about 6 a day i think, and that was enough to stop my progesterone levels dropping and my spotting stopped. Was able to wean off them around 12 weeks. Maybe just have a chat to your ob. Hope that helps. Try not to panic xx
    I’m 8 weeks. Dr Nikos told me to get progesterone injections but we don’t have them here.
    I’m seeing my ob on Wednesday so I’ll continue doing 5, might up it to 6 and will bee what he says then.
    Thanks for that info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrsl73 View Post
    I’m 8 weeks. Dr Nikos told me to get progesterone injections but we don’t have them here.
    I’m seeing my ob on Wednesday so I’ll continue doing 5, might up it to 6 and will bee what he says then.
    Thanks for that info.
    @Mrsl73, I don’t know if this helps but my docs stopped checking my progesterone around 8 weeks saying blood levels were no longer relevant and that the placenta starts producing progesterone around that time. My progesterone levels were soooo low up until then, never really over 20, which they also explained as the twins taking all the progesterone I had so blood levels were low. To ease your mind could you page your ob to get their view on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peninsula Girl View Post
    @Mrsl73, I don’t know if this helps but my docs stopped checking my progesterone around 8 weeks saying blood levels were no longer relevant and that the placenta starts producing progesterone around that time. My progesterone levels were soooo low up until then, never really over 20, which they also explained as the twins taking all the progesterone I had so blood levels were low. To ease your mind could you page your ob to get their view on it?

    My gp said exactly the same, she wasn’t too concerned with the progesterone, she said they really don’t check it or focus much on it, so I’m not going to stress about it

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    Mrsl73 do you need injections? I’ve got some spare if you do xxxx

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    Hiya Ladies, the journey is so overwhelming and I wish you all well, so much going on...

    I have booked in a Skype call with Dr Nikos Kanakas for Sunday eeekkkk.... :-)

    Happy weekend all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrsl73 View Post
    Hi ladies, all is well with bubs, the spotting was most likely due to a small haematoma that I had. Heartbeat was 170.
    My only concern is two weeks ago my progesterone was 70 and today it’s 26.8. Wtf? Is this normal? I’ve emailed Dr Nikos, just waiting to hear back from him. I’m doing 5 utrogestan a day.
    Glad all is well with bubs.
    Take extra utrogestan and mix it up, try taking a couple orally or analy. Don’t wait you cannot overdose on progesterone nor does it hurt bubs if you take too much. Mine was at 250 one test Dr was fine with that. Better to have too much than not enough!

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    @Mrsl73 hi so glad to hear bubbs is well xx I dont have much to add but i have also read/heard many times that at around 8 weeks (edited i said 12 before but wrong)the placenta starts making its own progesterone, if that helps? But also everyone says too much cant hurt, so if it helps your peace of mind i reckon just pop a few more in throughout the day :-)
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    [QUOTE=Juventina;8861554]Mrsl73 do you need injections? I’ve got some spare if you do xxxx[/QUOTE @Juventina hello there :-) hope you are well, was thinking of you today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrsl73 View Post
    I’m 8 weeks. Dr Nikos told me to get progesterone injections but we don’t have them here.
    I’m seeing my ob on Wednesday so I’ll continue doing 5, might up it to 6 and will bee what he says then.
    Thanks for that info.
    Mrsl73 dr LB has put me on progesterone injections... it’s a compounded medication costs around $160 administered intra muscular. So upper leg or butt region. It smells like tuna fish ... not a pleasant one to use. You can’t use it if your allergic to nuts. It’s called progesterone in oil if your Melbourne slade pharmacy.. let me know if you want a copy of my script so you can get your doctor to write it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juventina View Post
    Mrsl73 do you need injections? I’ve got some spare if you do xxxx

    Thanks @Juventina. I’m seeing my ob on Wednesday, I’ll see what he says and take it from there. If I do need them, I’ll let you know. Thanks so much for offering them to me.
    I hope you’re ok. I think of you often xx

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