hi, *sighs* I wanted to share this topic with everyone. I am not sure who out there has this problem like me. But, in 2003-2004 - I have lost two through m/c. I couldn't figure out why I was losing, finally they did a blood test on me, and found out I had anticardiolipins. For ones that isn't familar with it, its where my body thinks the fetus is like a virus(ex cold) and eventually it kicks it out of my body. I lost both at 8 weeks. Finally in late 2004 (actually 4 days before my 29th birthday) I found out I was expecting again,I was on pins and needles! Well, they put me on hormones and baby asprian every day throughout the first trimester. It helped keep the uterus "puffy" as the drs told me. Two years later, I have a precious son that is my blessing of life. So, if you had m/c's in the past, please check into this. At the time, I was like maybe the third to be diagonsed with this.It was rare they said, that was 3 yrs ago. Thanks for listening me & best of luck on each of you! ~Faith75
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