Need help from OB nurses...or anyone with fertility problems - page 2
I need a little advice/input here. I am 30 years old and found out recently that I was pregnant. I was thrilled. I have endometriosis and didn't know if I would ever be able to have a child... Read More
Mar 18, '02Occupation: RN, Inpatient Hospice Specialty: 17 year(s) of experience in Hospice, Critical Care ; From: US ; Joined: Oct '00; Posts: 1,664; Likes: 177Yet another one here...I took Progesterone suppositories and injections status-post In-Vitro Fertilization. My 12-year-old triplet daughters are perfect! (well, except for the fact that they leave their clothes on the floor, call each other names, forget drinks in the living room.....)
Mar 19, '02Occupation: RN, CLNC, Entrepreneur Joined: Apr '01; Posts: 6,312; Likes: 106I had Endometriosis prior to becoming pregnant with my first born (13 years ago). I too started spotting when I became pregnant. I was given a shot of progesterone to make sure the baby would stay implanted after the viewing of the ultasound.
My son is fine; Iwas happy to have a healthy child.
I like the advice to investigate on the internet about the actual progesterone infomation.
God be with you through this blessed event. Enjoy this time; It was the happiest time of my life.
Mar 19, '02Joined: May '00; Posts: 2,065; Likes: 8hey congrats,
I don't want to be a party-pooper, but........
I know a lot of women who took progesteron and everything went well!!
On the other hand (depending on the HCG-levels and ultrasound-findings), I don't believe in prolonging pregnancy in this early stages (6weeks ++), because Nature often knows better as we human beings.
please don't be offended, this is my experience, not only as a RN in Neonatology, but also as a woman and as a friend.
Hope everyting turns out right for you and will pray for you and your unborn child, that always helps, take care, Renee