I can certainly understand your frustration and waning hope, to a certain extent. I know that I would be feeling the exact same thing, if I were in your shoes right now.
Try and remember though--there are a ton of tests they can still do and loads more meds you could possibly try. Also, I don't know how widely used or successful progesterone "cream" is. They also have a pill, injection and suppository. Was your cream a topical cream? Additionally, was your last pregnancy closely tracked? This pregnancy was the first time that I was tracked literally WEEKLY--by ultrasound and blood work--from week 4 through week 8. I also had an US prior to getting pregnant so they could monitor the lining of my uterus--which is VITAL for implantation. My prior MCs, afterall, could have been a result of a uterine lining that was not thick enough or was too thick.
Do you have clinics or fertility centers where you are that offer this close monitoring, throughout your cycle and in the early stages of pregnancy? That is where you can start to get real answers, if something else is wrong.
In any case, I pray that you are not abandoning all hope. Yes, the chances go down with losses over 2, but that doesn't mean that anything is impossible. I certainly hope that your doctors are doing their job in giving you hope. Afterall, had I not (been lucky enough to) try the combination of all the meds I was on this last go-round, who knows--I could have also lost a third and it would have "appeared" as though I also had less hope or chance of carrying to term. I think it's all a matter of perspective, at this point.
I wish you the best of luck. Please--don't give up.
Edited by: GIGERNREZNOR at: 4/30/2013 (14:17)