Seen our specialist today, results from hysteroscopy and amh all good as he expected but needed to be sure before embarking on another try. Had thrombophilia screening too today, but consultant doubts anything will show up, again doing it to rule out before another try, however we know there are clotting issues that aren't properly known yet so aren't tested for. Frustratingly, it's next year now before we can start treatment. I know that doesn't seem like long, but Christmas without my little girl (she was due 17th December), and now no hope trying, it's incredibly hard and I can't help but feel angry that waiting lists, then my cycle clashing with Christmas, all means more delays.
Anyway, he's told us he wants to use asprin, heparin and steroids in next round for best possible chance of implantation and preventing rejection. He explained they aren't regulated for fertility treatment, but used a lot and he feels are safe when used correctly. I've been doing a bit of research as he suggested, and can find nothing but one says great, next says danger arguments for steroids in particular. OH has spermicidal antibodies, so again possibly help prevent my body rejecting an embryo and help better implantation for placental growth. My daughter died due to placental abruption, so again, I can see his theory here.
Does anyone have any advice on these drugs. My heart says he's right, my logical brain is hanging on the danger warnings 😢