Where do I start? In Nov 2003 I started the process of diagnosis of infertility. They discovered I had acute hyperplasia with atypia. Since then we have used Clomid without success. Then we switched to Folistim and natural insemination. That worked finally in 2008. On labor Day 2008 I m/c at 8 weeks. They discovered I didn't have enough hormones so when I got pregnant in Feb 2009 they immediately put me on progesterone cream 2x's a day. In April I had a subchorianic bleed and lost a twin. Everythin was going along fine with the other twin after that. Then our worst nightmare came thru. On June 26th of this year I had slight spotting and went in to get the placenta checked. Turns out I dilated and my water bag was poking out. They did everything they could to save her. I went into full blown labor and had to deliver 24 hours later. Our beautiful daughter Hope was born at 19 weeks 2 days and died in my arms. After much counseling & soul searching We are beginning our journey again. I'm on progesterone right now to bring on my cycle then we'll start the Folistim and do an IUI. Once pregnant they will have me do the progesterone cream again. At 12 weeks they will cerclage me and switch to progesterone shots.
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