How likely will i be able to carry any pregnancy to Full Term?

​My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant but when we first tried I got pregnant but I lost the baby after 8 weeks. And before I got married I got pregnant in 2011 but lost the baby after 9 weeks

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    11/15/13
    8Theresa Gould
    Has your doctor checked your progesterone levels or done any other tests?

    I started taking a liquid form of progesterone after my third loss. It was a suggestion from a friend though. Her husband worked for a chiropractor and she took it after her loss.

    I've had six losses and eight children. I'd say you probably shouldn't give up hope yet. Talk to your doctor.
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      11/15/13
      Amanda Hurley
      My sister had 4 miscarriages before she had her son. It is possible to carry to full term. Talk to your doctor.
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        11/16/13
        You can definitely still carry to term. Like Theresa said, have your doc check your levels. I was also warned about specific antibodies that can affect pregnancy/miscarriage by my doctor because he has suspicions that I have lupus. Repeated miscarriages, in my case at least, can be associated with these levels. That is probably not the case, but know it may be a test you can ask for if you have any other concerns with a possibility of an autoimmune disorder of any kind.

        My guess is though, you just had some bad luck and baby will be fine. Stay strong and optimistic! :)
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          Amanda gibson
          I can tell you that miracles can happen. I have had 1 full term i stillborn and 3 miscarriages and it is possible....Always have faith I am currently 27 weeks on tuesday so anything is possible with the love and support from GOD first and family and friends!
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            YES YES YES YES YES! I had two losses at 6 and 8 weeks in only 4 months. I pushed for more tests even though I was consistently told that these things just happen. I wasn't going to roll over and just keep trying without answers. I made them check my thyroid, look for antibodies, check my heart and circulation. Everything came back normal and I thought I was out if options. My doctor told me to chart my basal body temperature for a month or two to see if there was anything strange. Sure enough my charts hinted towards an issue with progesterone, which is necessary for a fetus to develop in the first 10-12 weeks. It wasn't for sure but my doctor agreed to give me suppliment a during my first trimester if I got pregnant again. I got pregnant right away and started the treatment. My daughter is a beautiful 6 month old today.

            Do your research an advocate for yourself to get the testing you need. If I hadn't I could still be struggling with infertility. Feel free to message me if you'd like more information about what I was tested for and why. I'll be praying for your healthy future baby!
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