The thing with blightedovums is simply this: it is chromosomal thing. It happens in many women but if it is happening repeatedly then I'd suggest getting recurrant loss testing to see what exactly is wrong
I had a partial hydatidaform mole after two IVF failures and was absolutely devastated. It took me 5 years, 2 IVF attemps to have a natural (somewhat) miscarriage. Shockingly within 6 weeks I fell pregnant again and then had
pregnancies as oppose to the first one.
Since a blightedovum happenes due to chromosomal abnormalities... my body hold the pregnancy, however, now i'm wondering if maybe taking that could be a bad idea...
I don't think that can be determined as it depends on when implantation occured and when in your cycle you began producing hCG. Also, on the charts the range for what is normal is so broad. What matters with hCG numbers is
When is a pregnancy not a pregnancy ?by
Dr. Aniruddha M.
. However, like any other pregnancy, 10% of all IVF pregnancies are also destined to have medical problems. The commonest problem.... This means that even though the woman is pregnant, and the pregnancy tests are all positive, there is no baby...
MTHFR and Me
I have made a decision. I am not going to have the D&C done. I have had 2 D&C's and a blightedovum. The more D&C's you have the more scaring and damage to the uterus there is. I talked with my doctor...
I am so sorry that you are going through all of this but it is impossible to give the medical advice that you need in an e-mail. Please call and make an appointment with your OB or another specialist. You need to make sure
. To make sure then GYN's will/should do a blood beta test for the numbers in order to detect a pregnancy (viable, etopic, molar, blightedovum, etc).
Do you track your cycles? Do you know when you ovulated? Average...