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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsMummaButterfly View Post
    @PinkPopsicle thank you for your advice, do you think its too soon to see a specialist? Are the tests something a normal GP can do?
    i suppose it depends on many variables. ie age, length of time ttc, any known/diagnosed issues etc.
    you could start at the gp and go from there. you'll need a gp referral to a specialist anyway if you need to go that route.

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    You are describing what my typical cycle is. I had a chemical and though it might be in relations to luteal phase so I started on vitamin b6. Ended up having a healthy pregnancy 2 months after starting vitamin b6.

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    Thanks so much @PinkPopsicle i guess it doesnt hurt to see the GP and get a referral and get the ball rolling in the meantime. What sort of specialist do they normally refer you to? IVF or local public hospital?

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    Thats great news @Stephie91 a huge congrats. I have just started an extra Vit 6 supplement today in addition to my prenatal. 100mg all up. How much did you take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsMummaButterfly View Post
    Thanks so much @PinkPopsicle i guess it doesnt hurt to see the GP and get a referral and get the ball rolling in the meantime. What sort of specialist do they normally refer you to? IVF or local public hospital?
    I'd think an ivf clinic even if you dont need full treatment theres other options before ivf that they can help with

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    I'm sorry to hear this lovely.

    I had a chemical pregnancy in the month before conceiving Ds1. I took 50mg of B6 from thereon.

    It may be due to a shorter LP, but that's not the only factor that could cause chemical pregnancies. I would give the B6 a chance and see if that changes anything. In the interim, go to your GP and ask for a thyroid check and a CD21 progesterone test for your current cycle. If the B6 doesn't seem to work then it may be prudent to see a specialist for further blood tests.

    Good luck xxx

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    @MissTwiggley thank you for your kind words and advice lovely. My heart aches for you and im so incredibly sorry for the loss of one of your beautiful babies x

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