Hi Dr Sher,

Thanks for all the wonderful work that you do!

I’ve just had my third miscarriage, I have no living children. This was my first IVF pregnancy. Our embryo was genetically tested and I was on an immune protocol (intralipids before embryo transfer, 20mg prednisilone, 40mg clexane, 200mg progesterone twice a day). We saw a strong heartbeat at 7 weeks 4 days. Then that week I began bleeding and a subchorionic hematoma was discovered. I bled a lot and the baby stopped growing at 8 weeks 1 day.

Can subchorionic hematomas be a sign that the immune system is attacking? And is the fact that my uterine lining was quite thin (only 6mm) contribute to a subchorionic hematoma forming?

I have stage 4 endo which was excised about 18 months ago, borderline natural killer cells, and an ANA of 640.

I thought the immune protocol was our golden ticket. Do you have any suggestions?