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2006-09-26
Name: neha i have had 2 miscarraiges. someonoe suggested that {doc} that taking progesterone from the moment i ovulate the next time i plan to conceive would help me. but my doc says there is no need for that also she says not to get my progesterone levels tested. she says the levels are fine as i have regulat cycles 28-30 days.but can anyone tell me if the cycles can be regular but progesterone levels low. pls soon i am planning to conceive soon
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2008-04-30
#1
Name: Pooja
Subject:  Low progesterone
Hi, I too have PCOS and am 7 weeks. I also have low progesterone levels. I am taking Naturogest orally. It makes me feel extremely giddy. But I have heard it helps to sustain the pregnancy. I am vert paranoid about miscarraige, its good to get reassurance on this site.
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2007-05-20
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Name: rachana
Subject:  progestrone
hi neha,

i had a miscarriage in nov 2006.my gynaeac said it was bcoz of progestrone levels.so after few mths i have concieved again but m 2 1/2 mths pregnant and taking lots of pills and special vaginal capsule n injection of progestrone hormone to accompany my pregnancy and ofcourse full bed rest.

i sujjest that u talk to ur gynaec and have a progestrone hormone tabs or injections.take care.best wishes to u .
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2006-11-03
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Name: Ritsika Sood
Subject:  progesterone
Hi Neha,
Its safe to have progesterone during pregnancy as it helps retain a pregnancy and also increases the chances of conception.
Progesterone also helps control bleeding in pregnancy thereby reducing the chances of miscarriage It did help me in my pregnancy. All the best for yours!!!
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2006-10-16
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Name: Dhanu
Subject:  progesterone
Hi Neha,
My Doc stopped the projesteron support after I finished three months of prgnancy without any issue or trouble.
He put me on that hormone as I have PCOS (poly-systic-ovarian syndrome) Now I am taking folic acid+calcium+iron, but no hormone.
Take care.
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2006-10-17
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Name: Dhanu
Subject:  progesterone
Dear Neha,
Do not take any tension because of PCOS. It is very common now-a-days. I personally know amny women who have PCOS but are moms of healthy and cute babies. So keep your attitude very positive. You are not alone. In case of PCOS, proper doctor is very important. I am taking treatment from an infertility expert who deals with PCOS patients very very often.
Wish you all the best.
Dhanu
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2006-10-17
#6
Name: neha
Subject:  dhanu
hi,
thanks,
i too have PCOS.
all the best.
neha
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2006-10-09
#7
Name: Dhanu
Subject:   progesterone
Hi,
Better you talk to your doctor in details. If you feel, you can go for the second opinion, but that too from a doctor only. I was given progesteron in the form of injections and tablets only after my pregnancy was confirmed.
So follow your Doc's advice.
Wish you all the best !
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2006-10-09
#8
Name: neha
Subject:  dhanu
hi dhanu,
so when did you stop taking them
neha
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