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... nah, both of my pregnancies have been through Invitro Fertilization, so I had progesterone shots for the first 12 weeks of each. I know that low progesterone levels are linked to miscarriage so the supplementation should help. ... (11 replies)
... how long for progesterone levels to go back to normal after miscarriage (0 replies)
... Does anyone know what the "normal levels" of progesterone you need to support preg. are? ... (0 replies)

... I'm looking for some help and advise...I had a miscarriage 10 months ago at 9 weeks. ... (2 replies)
... Just found out I'm pregnant! I had a miscarriage in April so I'm trying hard not to get too excited this time. ... (127 replies)
... ened with my 3rd and 4th miscarriages. I took tests and if they got lighter or disappeared, I knew it was over. Don't give up hope. Have you had your hormone levels checked? ... (97 replies)
... get in to my RE till next tues on the 24th for Ultrasound. School keeps me soooo busy. So until then, I am not even sure this pregnancy is viable. Though the HCG levels look promising. ... (230 replies)
... That's sweet jellyb! thanks for thinkin bout me!! The dr said they saw a small bloodclot behind baby...which was the source of the spotting. I haven't had anymore spotting, which he said was great and we shouldn't have any cause for concern unless the spotting starts again. He also said they would probably do another u/s soon just to see if it has gotten bigger or smaller.... (97 replies)
... re...i am gonna give u some info..but i dont wanna make u concerned or anything, it is just some info that u might wanna read..i would imagine ur doctor put u on progesterone just for safety's sake..only ur doctor can answer your questions and concerns...I would say u are around 5 weeks? ... (2 replies)
... Because I had a previous miscarriage and my progesterone levels were a little low with this pregnancy, my doctor put me on progesterone until I was 12 weeks along. ... (4 replies)
... ing will be fine if everything measured normally and your HCG was doubling every 48 hours or so. Those are very good indicators that everything will be ok. THe progesterone could have been a problem, but now that you're taking the pills, it should bring your levels up out of the danger zone. When do you go for your next test? ... (7 replies)
... e're 5weeks today. They did a Prog. level test and the level was at 15. They said that it was low and put me on 400mg of prometrium a day. I'm scared to death of miscarriage because of this level. This is my first pregnancy. Has anyone been through this. ... (8 replies)
... Last weekend I went to the Dr because I was concerned that my morning sickness had gone away...I had a miscarriage in August and was concerned that with my symptoms going away that it wasn't a good sign. So I got my blood HCG levels checked. ... (6 replies)
... hours apart to check on HCG levels and progesterone. HCG levels never doubled like they were supposed to. They either lingered or decreased. Progesterone lingered around 20 then started to decrease 15.2 then 5.5. ... (14 replies)
... rce. I went to the ER where I had the most horrible experience. Staten Island hospitals suck. Anyway I was examined by a PA who had no idea what he was doing, after his exam I lost more blood and tissue. I know i was well into the miscarriage but I feel he made it worse. ... (20 replies)
... o go to the lab and have blood work done, which I did that afternoon. Well, the nurse called me the next day and told me that all of my blood work was normal. My progesterone and HCG levels were right where they were supposed to be. ... (3 replies)

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