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    Well I lost my little one again on Wensday.I have to go for further testing in 4 weeks to see why this is happening.I am not sure how to feel,sad but just curious as to why after 5 pregnancy's am I not able to keep holding them?

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    I am so sorry for your losses. I don't know why some people have several normal pregnancies and other women struggle for just one. I feel for you and please know that I am here for you if you need me. I am no expert I lost one baby in June due to an incompetent cervix. I hope your doctor finds the answers that you so need.

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    i'm so sorry for your loss. i hope your doctor can find some answers for you!

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    Have you seen a fertility specialist? Someone should be able to give you answers. You are an incredibly strong woman. I am so sorry for your losses.

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    I'm sorry for your losses and I'm sorry that you had to come back here. I remember you from when I first found this board. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I hope you find the answers you need.

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    I'm so sorry hon I don't understand why it happens either. I've been through many losses myself and will also be going in for additional testing on Jan 23rd, so if you ever want to talk, vent, or see what tests are being run or what to expect, please feel free to PM me. I hope this never happens to you again.


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    I'm sorry for your loss.

    Have your Dr do a blood test to test for APA ayndrome. It is an autoimmune disease that causes blood clots to form between the placenta and the uterus. More and more women are testing + for it. If you do have it, it is easily treatable with Lovenox (blood thinner) injections daily.




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    I have the APA syndrome and was able to carry Alex to term with the daily injections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missy8632 View Post
    I'm sorry for your loss.

    Have your Dr do a blood test to test for APA ayndrome. It is an autoimmune disease that causes blood clots to form between the placenta and the uterus. More and more women are testing + for it. If you do have it, it is easily treatable with Lovenox (blood thinner) injections daily.




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    I have the APA syndrome and was able to carry Alex to term with the daily injections.
    I haven't heard of this test but will mention it when i see her in 4 weeks,are there any other tests I should ask for?

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    I am so sorry for all of your losses honey.



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    I'm sorry for your losses. They weren't able to find any reason for my losses, but I hope you have better luck with a diagnosis.

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