When did you start them? I've tested multiple times for high anti-cardiolipids. The numbers are 'low positive (in the 20s if that means anything to you). Before getting pregnant, my dr said baby aspirin is probably sufficient. Injections might be overkill for my numbers. I was going through IVF and she said that once I got a got a BFP, I'd have to 'make it to her' before the injections would start anyway (I've had 2 early miscarriages before graduating my RE @ 9 weeks like I should).
I'm currently 4.5 weeks pregnant the natural way(!!!) and I'm paranoid of course. I made my first appt Aug 5th because I'll be 6.5 weeks by then and they can check for a heartbeat. I don't want to bother seeing an empty sac any earlier-too much stress for me. But, do you think I should look into asking about injections sooner? I didn't think so since she said they wouldn't start til I got to her at 9 weeks, but the situation is so different now (And she seemed unsure about using them anyway). Thanks for any opinions!
Our Novel of TTC:
*Male Factor (low count and low motility), High Prolactin, and Polycystic Ovaries (March 2013)
*Recurrent Miscarriage testing also revealed high anti-phospholipids & single MTHFR mutation. (Feb 2014)
*IVF (07/2013): BFP-Natural Miscarriage @ 5 weeks*
*FET #1 (10/2013): BFN
*FET #2 (12/2013)- BFP-Missed Miscarriage at 8 weeks
*Chromosomes and Karotyping tests were both normal.We lost a healthy baby boy
*FET #3 (04/2014) was cancelled after finding Chronic Endometritis
*Miraculous BFP July 2014!! (I was taking baby aspirin and Cabergoline to stay regulated while "taking a break from TTC" and waiting to consult with a reproductive immunologist!!!)
Our healthy baby girl was born 03/10/15 thanks to daily Lovenox injections and baby aspirin. There are no words for how grateful I am for our rainbow baby.