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39 Year Old With Recurrent Chemical Pregnancies by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Mon 17 Jun 2013 8:59am Question: Hello there! I’m writing to you from Florida. I have recently suffered two miscarriages. One in Oct of 2012 and one in March of this year. Both occurred at about two weeks so very early. I guess the term is chemical pregnancy when it is that early. I don't know how I know I am pregnant so early but I just know. My body is s ... Read on »
37 Yr. Old Malaysian Woman Gets Chemical Pregnancy With First IVF: How Did Her First Cycle Look And What Are Her Chances With Th by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 27 Nov 2010 12:00am Question Dear Doc, I would appreciate an opinion on this current IVF cycle I'm on and my previous failed cycle. I'm 37. My period is regular ie 28-32 day cycles. This is my second IVF. I started suprefact on day 21, 40 units for 13 days, 15 units from the 14th day onwards. 300 iu Gonal F on the 16th day for 4 consecutive days now. I wil ... Read on »
Fourth IVF Cycle Ends In A Chemical Pregnancy: What Can Be Done? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 12 May 2012 11:51am Question Hi Dr. Ramirez, I have been on a rollercoaster ride for the past week and I am hoping that you can offer me your opinion. I received a positive beta after my 4th IVF on Monday (11dp3dt). It was 14.3 and my RE said that it was quite low. I held out hope as I am convinced that I tend to implant a little later than oth ... Read on »
32 Year Old With Two Failed IVF Cycles With Positive Beta's: Chemical Pregnancies? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Tue 20 Nov 2012 2:54pm Question:  Hi Doctor, I live in Idaho where we only have 1 IVf (in vitro fertilization) clinic, so I don't have the option of a second opinion and can't decide if it's worth the six plus hour drive to find out if anyone else would do anything different so I really appreciate you reading this. A quick medical run down is my infer ... Read on »
32 Yr. Old Losing Hope After One IUI Miscarriage and One IVF Chemical Pregnancy: I Say Don't Give Up!!! by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Mon 08 Apr 2013 10:09am Hello, I don't even know how to begin because my infertility process has been so exhausting. I am 32 and trying since early 2011 with a specialist since early 2012. I suppose I have diminished ovarian reserve. My last FSH check was 8.5. My AMH is 1. My stimulation cycles response seem to change--one time will be ... Read on »
Implantation Problems & Causes Of Chemical Pregnancy by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Mon 26 Dec 2011 10:49am Question Hi again, it's K. in NY. I have written to you in the past about my difficulties staying pregnant. I have had 7 chemical pregnancies in the past 18 months and one miscarriage at 9 weeks after using femara (you felt it was probably due to a respiratory virus I contrated around 6 weeks). I tested positive for MTHFR mutation heterozygo ... Read on »
Environmental Chemicals May Hurt Chances of Pregnancy by Medline Plus Posted Wed 14 Nov 2012 12:00pm Exposure starts in the kitchen, with the food you eat, experts say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Environmental Health , Infertility , Reproductive Hazards Read on »
Nutrition before and during Pregnancy - Getting Pregnant by blossomivfindia Posted Sat 05 Jul 2014 8:31am It is always said that you should have proper nutritious diet when you are carrying a child because ultimately your child gets nutrition from your food. What you eat during those nine months can have long-term effects on your child's health. Normally this tip is given by mothers and grand mother and all other experienced females. Hence diet plays ... Read on »
5 Ways to Reduce Your Chemical Exposure Before You Even Think About Getting Pregnant by Starre V. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Nov 2011 9:06am Image courtesy Flickr User Trocaire .   I have never been pregnant and I do not have any children. I do, however, plan on being pregnant one day (but not anytime soon!). So you might be curious why I think I’m entitled to share pre-pregnancy tips with you. It’s pretty simple: the facts! Being a healthy mom means starting on a h ... Read on »
Pregnancy - Diet and weight, at the time of conception, alter a baby's DNA. by blossomivfindia Posted Sat 05 Jul 2014 8:26am It is always said that you should have proper nutritious diet when you are carrying a child because ultimately your child gets nutrition from your food. What you eat during those nine months can have long-term effects on your child's health. Normally this tip is given by mothers and grand mother and all other experienced females. Hence diet plays a ... Read on »