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Implantation probs

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purplechocolate Mon 25-Feb-13 10:54:24

Thank you and sorry to hear about all your chemical pregnancies. Emotionally, they are such a rollercoaster.

I hadnt heard of soy before so will read up! Very best of health for your pg WSWBSWH xx

WhenSheWasBadSheWasHopeful Sun 24-Feb-13 23:08:57

Hi purple I had three chemical pregnancies last year. They suck and I'm really sorry to hear about yours.

I don't know if this will help you or not but I am pregnant now <almost 5 weeks so stupidly early days>. I took soy isoflavones the cycle I got pregnant. It is meant to give a stronger egg / stronger ovulation.

Anyway I got a strong positive at 9dpo so I think it really helped implantation.

Best of luck.

Scootagal Sun 24-Feb-13 22:30:49

Afraid I don't have any advice - but I think I had two chemical pregnancies too. I had a full week of positive tests two months in a row and then nothing sad So just wanted to say hi and will be looking out for any advice too! Good luck smile

purplechocolate Sun 24-Feb-13 20:47:49

Evening ladies.

I am going to chat with my GP this week but whilst it is on my mind, I just wanted to see if anyone else has similar issues to myself...

I am pretty sure I am having problems with the implantation part of early pregnancy. I know I have had one chemical pregnancy and strongly suspect that I have had 2 more in the 6 months we have been trying for LO 2. I have a luteal phase of about 10 days usually, but this last month I had on off very light bleeding for a week from about 7 days post OV. It seemed to stop completely last night only for it to turn in to full on AF this morning. Up until today I had sore boobs and very bloated tummy (exactly the same as with confirmed chemical pregnancy).

I had one other cycle before xmas which was pretty much exactly the same. So, possibly just rogue cycles but instinct tells me I conceived but lost it very early on. Even if I wasn't PG, they were very odd cycles which I want to discuss with doc in any case.

So, just wondering really if anyone has had implantation issues and whether it is treatable?


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