Hey all - I've been ghosting this board for the past month or so and am hoping for some input/experience!
I had two miscarriages in a row (last one in June) with no live children, and I was fortunate enough to have an OB who agreed to pursue recurrent pregnancy loss testing. Since then, I've tested positive for lupus anticoagulant syndrome, antiphospholipid syndrome (cardiolipin ab was high), as well as a very high reading on my thyroid peroxidase antibodies. Further thyroid testing also shows high TSH (almost 5.0) but normal T3 and T4 for now. Hashimoto's runs in my family.
It was good that I was able to find some things out with the testing, but now it seems I have some pretty serious autoimmune disorders to get under control before ttc again. I was just wondering if anyone has been diagnosed with any of these and gone on to have healthy babies?
I'm assuming I'm going to be high risk next time I get pregnant and since I'm at the beginning of this new journey, would love to hear what anyone with a similar situation learned or what types of treatment/lifestyle changes were made to support a healthy pregnancy with these conditions? Keeping fx that 3rd time will be the charm! Thanks for your input.