Last night was one of the worst nights of my life. I started having terrible cramps and than bleeding heavily!! I luckily was at home and went to the restroom when felt a little different and than it began. I started passing HUGE clots and the pain was so bad! I lost it........cried and cried and cried!!! I called the nurse from the RE office who was on call to let them know what was going on and she said to me well you are probably passing the embryo and to just take it easy! Well I didnt sleep at all and just cried! I feel like my world was crushing below me! Than today had blood drawn and got call from RN that levels had dropped and that it was ending. She said to stop the progestrone and to expect the blood flow to get even heavier. She than said they will recheck in one week to make sure resolved fully on its own and if so than we can proceed to frozen transfer in Sept. I just feel like Sept is SO far away! I did ask her why they never checked my progestrone levels with beta and she said unless taking progestrone orally the labs wouldnt be right! She did offer to have a miscarriage loss panel drawn to look for risk factors for miscarriage...has anyone had this done? I will have to pay out of pocket so I am a little torn! This stuff is all so frustrating!! I just don't understand what I did wrong! Sorry if this post seems all over the place....I am just fully myself today!! Thanks for letting me vent!!!
*Me 28 Husband 31
*TTC since 10/2009
*10/2010Tried 1 cycle of clomid 50mg with no results
*12/2010 On break due to needing a new OB and money reasons
5/5/12 Underwent exploratory surgery and had tubes blown out- no issues found
5/5/12 DH had SA and numbers look great
7/2102 50mg dose of clomid with ovulation and timed sex no results
8/12 Clomid cylce #3- no success
8/30 Went to see RE and we have decided to move onto IUI attempts
10/18 IUI#1 BFN and cyst developed so on hold
11/17 IUI cycle #2 BFN
IUI #3,4,5,6 =BFN
First round of IVF- 2 fresh transfered Beta=20, 37 than ended in M/C- Will do frozen transfer in Sept!