Last night had my 8th miscarriage, still bleeding today.
I am so frustrated, because my doctor does not believe in progesterone I keep losing pregnancies. and My two kids are miracles, but my husband wants one of his own, they are both his step kids. the only way I can carry babies was through progesterone supplementation but my new insurance wont cover my old doctor so I am stuck with stupid doctors that wont listen. How do you get your doctors to listen to you?? I am so sad. today.
"I am so frustrated, because my doctor does not believe in progesterone I keep losing pregnancies."
You do have the option to find another doctor!
Secondly you might want to stop trying to have babies for someone else! Don't have children for a mate as a favor.
After 8 miscarriages I would say you've given it a valiant effort.
You might consider having a surrogate carry your fertilized egg to term. The lab can combine your egg and his sperm.
If not being able to give your husband a baby is a "deal breaker" for him then odds are he's not "in love" with YOU.
Nobody gets everything they want! That's life!
dashingscorpio Thank you for the suggestion dear. I know eight miscarriages is not the joke but I just want my husband to be happy as he wants baby from his own. And thank you for the suggestion of surrogacy I will talk about it with my husband.
Thank you, Mr. Dashing. I am going to WEIGH IN HEAVILY, HEAVILY on this one. Your husband is selfish. He wants one of HIS OWN-is he 3 years old? He is a grown man who should be evolved to realize that you had several miscarriages. He should consider the "stepchildren" as his own. If he refuses to do this, take your precious children & LEAVE the ------------------! This man is beyond selfish & immature. He needs to grow the f******k up!
I feel your pain regarding the miscarriages. I am going to give you a HUG.
Can you pay to go and see another doctor? Progesterone is not so expensive if you have to buy it yourself. I know a few people who can't carry a pregnancy without progesterone and it is such a simple solution. Hope you get sorted.
Firstly, change your doctor or get a second opinion if you think your doctor is not providing you the best treatment.
Secondly, take a break before you conceive again. You have already had 8 miscarriages and your body needs to recover from this.
Thirdly, I understand you want to keep your husband happy by giving him his own child but your health comes first.
Fourthly, you can go for other options for having a baby. You should talk to your gynaecologist for options and then discuss with your husband about it.
Don't be sad. You need to act to solve issues in your life. Hope this helps.
nicci Thank you. Your suggestion was the best. I will surely think about all the points that you have mentioned and discuss with my husband.
I am glad I could help you in some way. Even though I don't know you, I want the best for you. Wish you all the happiness in life. Take care of yourself and your family. All the best!!
Hi! Sorry to hear about your miscarriage.I got married at age of 31. Mine was love marriage. Me and my husband love to have children. Getting pregnant was not an easy road for me. This year I had a miscarriage in 32th week of pregnancy. Doctor has told me this is due to thin lining of uterus and low estrogen level. The loss of my child is still painful for me. I am depressed and thoughts of never having baby haunts me. I want to know if surrogacy is suitable for me in this situation? Will it be painful and long process? I am not sure whether there will be miscarriage again.Me and my husband are searching for appropriate solution. Currently me and my husband are teachers at a school. So would it be affordable for us? Waiting for your kind help.
I have the same problem too dear.
everytime i conceived i had miscarriages at the end.
So i gave up on getting pregnant again.
Now i am married for the second time and i am going to surrogacy option to have a baby.
I persuaded my husband for surrogacy and he is ready to go for it to have a baby.
I think you should also go for this option as miscarriages lead us to no other option.
I contacted a number of clinics regardig surrogacy and they helped us in a number of ways.
Research over the web for different clinics for now and make up your mind for surrogacy.
If some one has some experience in surrogacy then kindly let us know so that we can learn from your experience.
Feedback appreciated in advance.
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