accidentally deleted post patient who had a boy then 8 losse

Dr. Braverman

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Reply accidentally deleted post patient who had a boy then 8 losse Posted on: Feb 27, 2011 at 1:42am
Someone just posted that they had a successful pregnancy with a boy then lost approx 8-9 pregnancies after a heart beat was identified.
I am sorry I deleted the post by mistake. If you read this please let me know. I think you need to be screened for HLA matches and specifically for the HY restricting alleles that have been shown to be a significant cause of losses after the first born male.
Please call my office and we can arrange this testing for you, certainly there are other issues but I would need to see the "complete" workup that you had done as well.
Dr. Jeffrey Braverman MD FACOG
Medical Director
Braverman Reproductive Immunology P.C.

kdarman

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Re: accidentally deleted post patient who had a boy then 8 l Posted on: Feb 27, 2011 at 9:03pm
Thank you for replay.
As I have noted in my preivous post (accidentally delated) , Since giving a birth to heathly boy in 2002, I have suffared at least 8 miscarrieges, all in 7th and 8th weeks after hearb beats detacted. Geting pregnant is not an issue for me, but to keep it has became a huge chalenge. Per Doctor's advices, I even tried IVFs with PGD to increase my chances to full term pregnance, with same results.
Over the years A battery of tests have been performed on me and my husband, all are negative.
Should't those tests you mentioned in your reply, been performed with tone of tests I went thru?
After suffering last miscarriege in 12th of feb,2011, the Fertality Clinic advised me to consider a donar egg which I'm not prepared to accept at this point.

Any advise provided, will be appricaited.
Kdarman

Dr. Braverman

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Reply Re: accidentally deleted post patient who had a boy then 8 l Posted on: Feb 28, 2011 at 4:31am
I am glad you posted again. Very few clinics understand immunology at the level that we do and therefore it is not at all unexpected that many of the tests that I would run have not been run before. With all you have been through I understand your skepticism but please call and set up a consult, i have had many cases like yours with success. I would like to review all the testing that you have had so prior to a consult please email or fax to me what you have had so we can review at the consult, i promise this will not be wasted time for you.
I look forward to speaking with you and helping you with this challenging case.
Dr. Jeffrey Braverman MD FACOG
Medical Director
Braverman Reproductive Immunology P.C.