My husband and I have had 3 miscarriages in 2 years and I finally bit the bullet last month and went to a fertility specialist. I had previously had some labwork done a year prior so I brought it and right away they noticed my c-reactive protien protein were very low. They seem to think this may be the cause of my reoccur-ant miscarriages. I have a ton of labs to draw cd-2 and that should be around the 11th so I am very eager to see if they notice something else that may have caused it.
They currently have me on a baby aspirin every day
has anyone had this before? and if so were you able to carry a pregnancy to term?
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07-05-2013, 02:55 PM #1
blood clotting disorders?
07-08-2013, 10:12 PM #2BC-GennaAtFertilityAuthorityBoard Coordinatorfondly remembers sleep.
CRP isnt a clotting disorder. Its a marker for inflammatory changes. Having never heard of a correlation between low CRP and m/c before, i did a quick research review. the only thing i found related to low CRP and m/c would be autoimmune type issues, but no clotting disorders.
i would ask more questions of your doctors, including why they think this is the cause and what they will do to treat it.
best of luck to you and i'm so sorry for your losses.
feel free to email me if you have more questions.
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