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... Is there anyone out there that has problems with low progesterone levels and causing miscarriage? ... (6 replies)
... I know you didn't ask me but Prednisone can be used in different ways - to induce a period or help with low progesterone during pregnancy :) HTH! (62 replies)
Low progesterone
May 19, 2003
... I also have low progesterone levels, so I start using prog. supp. 2 DPO...I found some info about low prog. on the internet that I thought could be helpful for you.. ... (5 replies)

... c her doctor put her on progesterone supplementation to support her next pregnancy. ... (4 replies)
... I have a progesterone question I hope someone can help me with. I usually post on the TTC board, but feel you all might have some more knowledge about this. ... (4 replies)
... On your question whether progesterone makes you ovulate, the answer would be no. What progesterone does is thickens your uterine lining that later is shed in the form of menstruation. It is ovulation that makes your progesterone go up to sustain possible pregnancy. ... (4 replies)
... they immediately put me on progesterone pills because my progesterone was 1. This next time they will put me on progesterone and oil injections a few days after I have my IUI and I think if I were you I would demand that. There is no need to go through that again. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, when they did my HCG test after I found out I was pregnant last week at the same time they did a prog. test. It gives them some idea if the pregnancy will take. ... (6 replies)
... weeks pregnant. This time when I found out that I was pregnant, I had my dr. do bloodwork. My progesterone level was 8.6. She said it should have been 13. ... (2 replies)
... First of all I would like to thank anyone who is even reading my question. Secondly I would really like to thank anyone in advance who can give me any advise. I had a progesterone test at 7 dpo. I found out it was a very disappointing 5. ... (0 replies)
... Back in Sept I tested with a level of 23.3. Anyone know if this is common to change soooo drastically? ... (8 replies)
... od luck with them, they really help support the pregnancy. To answer your questions from the other post, I've gone to Haywood Brown, Robert Cleary and Dr.Padilla in Indy., of course my problem seems to be very rare and difficult, so I didn't get much help, but doesn't mean you wouldn't. ... (6 replies)
... IUI. My progesterone level today was 4.7. My doctor says anything over 10 is good and suggested taking a supository progesterone to help supplement any possible pregnancy. ... (0 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I have had two failed pregnancies in the last three years. In my last pregnancy, at my 8 week ultrasound, the fetus was only at a 5 week size. ... (4 replies)
Prometrium???
May 8, 2007
... It can be used for two separate things. Since you are in the middle of your cycle, I'm going to assume that it is being used to support a potential pregnancy. Low progesterone has been found to be a reason for early miscarriage so some doctors do it as a preventative. ... (12 replies)
... With low progesterone, you wouldn't be able to sustain a pregnancy. Hopefully the doubled dosage will help with that. I did find this information on progesterone levels. It looks like your progesterone of 13 was pretty good. ... (5 replies)
Clomid question
Oct 22, 2004
... Low progesterone levels may be responsible for the luteal phase defect when your luteal phase is short and not enough for implantation and pregnancy to happen. ... (11 replies)
... days. If your numbers are not doubling during that time frame then there is a greater chance the pregnancy won't make it. Usually the only things that are normally checked this early in pregnancy is the HCG and progesterone. ... (13 replies)
... I can share with you that all women are different. Many can naturally get pregnant in their 40's. I have a friend who naturally concieved at 48 and I naturally concieved in my 50's. ... (5 replies)
... Hey there, I don't know if I can help a lot, but I might be able to a little. I took the progesterone suppository from the day I found out I was pregnant with my son 6 years ago until I was 10 weeks. ... (4 replies)




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