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Friday, February 09, 2018

PROGESTERONE FOR MISCARRIAGE LOOKS PROMISING

I wish I had a dollar for every article I've written about progesterone to prevent miscarriage.  It's been an ongoing debate in the scientific community as to whether or not it can help sustain a pregnancy - especially if a woman is experiencing miscarriage.  Way back when, when I was going through fertility treatments (before I got pregnant naturally), I had a doctor tell me that "there's no scientific evidence that progesterone helps".  Well, maybe now there is.  Read more:

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Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and Yale University recruited 116 women who had lost at least two early pregnancies, and tested their levels of nCyclinE, a molecular marker for endometrial health. Those with abnormal levels were then prescribed progesterone supplementation, to be inserted vaginally, twice a day during the second half of their menstrual cycles.


The intervention seemed to help. In the progesterone group, 68% of the women had subsequent successful pregnancies, compared to 51% of those who did not receive the hormone.
The researchers believe that the progesterone caused the endometrium to secrete more nutrients, which serve as food for an embryo in its first weeks of development. (Women who became pregnant continued taking progesterone until the 10-week mark.)
Lead author Dr. Mary Stephenson, director of the recurrent pregnancy loss program at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences, says that women who have suffered multiple pregnancy losses should talk to their doctors about progesterone supplementation.

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