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Faint bfp after miscarriage . On edge

Postby PhDer » Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:10 am

Hey lovely ladies

I lost my first bean just before 8 weeks and had a d n c on may 8

First post MC AF was June 2. Now a few days late and just got positive pregnancy test

It feels so like the previous pregnancy cramping and back pain etc. I have to get through the weekend to wait to confirm it with my gp and I'm a wreck. Feel like I'm just waiting to bleed

I see rheumatologist due to suspected autoimmune disease and high antinuclear antibodies . According to Google this can cause miscarriage and there is a drug for treatment of this . but no doctors have me on this ?! My regular gp is away on holidays for two weeks!!!

Going to try and get in to see my gynaecologist asap but he usually doesn't take people before ten weeks apparently !

Any words of wisdom appreciated :)
Me: 31 ( normal fertility)
DH:33 (male factor fertility: 20% motility, 3% morphology)
Married 23/03/2013
TTC #1 since 1/2015 (on break since Sept 2015)
BFP 11th April 2015 @10DPO/ cycle #3 (SMEP); M/C @7w3d. Angel Baby was due Christmas Eve 2015
BFP # 2 3rd July 2015 @10DPO; Betas: 145 @13DPO... 412@16dpo; MMC- 13w1d
BFP # 3 23rd March 2016 (3rd wedding anniversary): NTNP. Beta's at 10dpo (estimate) 13; 16DPO- 394 (doubling time 29 hours)
Cycle 29-33 days. LP: 10 days
Supplements: Vitex, B6, Vit D, Prenatal Multi-Vit (Me), Menevit (DH)

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Re: Faint bfp after miscarriage . On edge

Postby NewStory » Fri Jul 03, 2015 2:56 pm

Dear PhDer,

Congratulations on your BFP! I am so glad for you but at the same time I understand how anxious you must be and just wanted to send you love and positive thoughts... I don't know much about autoimmune disease and pregnancy but I think you're right and should see a doctor with any concerns as soon as you can and make sure they take you seriously. If not, go somewhere else!
I hope it goes well and you are able to relax and feel happy about this pregnancy, sending you all good wishes xx
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DH: After 2 SA's we were told normal, changed Dr July 2017 told 0%morphology! (With good count and motility.)

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Re: Faint bfp after miscarriage . On edge

Postby PhDer » Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:10 pm

Thanks new story for your kind words and support :)

You're right ! I should have my concerns addressed. I.actually have a few articles on the treatment of autoimmune issues and pregnancy from science journals I'm going to print out and take with me and get my gp to refer me to the gynaecologist asap!!
Me: 31 ( normal fertility)
DH:33 (male factor fertility: 20% motility, 3% morphology)
Married 23/03/2013
TTC #1 since 1/2015 (on break since Sept 2015)
BFP 11th April 2015 @10DPO/ cycle #3 (SMEP); M/C @7w3d. Angel Baby was due Christmas Eve 2015
BFP # 2 3rd July 2015 @10DPO; Betas: 145 @13DPO... 412@16dpo; MMC- 13w1d
BFP # 3 23rd March 2016 (3rd wedding anniversary): NTNP. Beta's at 10dpo (estimate) 13; 16DPO- 394 (doubling time 29 hours)
Cycle 29-33 days. LP: 10 days
Supplements: Vitex, B6, Vit D, Prenatal Multi-Vit (Me), Menevit (DH)

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Re: Faint bfp after miscarriage . On edge

Postby NewStory » Fri Jul 03, 2015 3:58 pm

You should absolutely. There's no harm also in contacting the rheumatologist office directly and letting them know that you are pregnant and see if they have any advice or further tests they want for you. Don't ever feel like you're hassling a doctor, I work in a medical office and we would always prefer if anyone gets in touch if they are concerned. You are entitled to push for your healthcare. GL to you and DH and big *stickyvibes for this little one! xxx
Me:33 DH:35

Married 6 years,
TTC#1 since Jan 2015

Me: Dx stage 2 endo Dec 2016, tubes, uterus etc clear! Hysteroscopy Nov 2017 normal

DH: After 2 SA's we were told normal, changed Dr July 2017 told 0%morphology! (With good count and motility.)

Waiting to start IVF/ICSI Jan 2018

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