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Had miscarriage, menstrual cycle normal. Progesterone level going higher. Is it due to miscarriage?

I m 40 years old. I ve have 4 children. I recently got remarried and my husband wants a baby to combine our families. I had a miscarriage at 5 weeks in May. I had another one in October at 12 weeks. I had a cycle 35 days after my miscarriage. I m normally 35 days, so I counted and I should ve started my period on December 28. It s now January 10. My progesterone level went from 0.7 to 6.7. Could I have my times messed up due to the miscarriage?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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thanks for the query.

Progesterone more than 5 indicates ovulation has occurred in that cycle.
Menstrual cylce length between 21 to 35 days is normal.
So you can wait for one more week and get your UPT done.

Take adequate rest. Chances of conception are as high as 70% even after 3 miscarriage.
So relax. Be positive.
good luck on your next pregnancy.

Dr Nilofer

Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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