Miscarriages for NKC activated and not receptive

MariaC

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Reply Posted on: Dec 18, 2015 at 8:50pm
Hi Dr Braverman I just want to tell you that I am in my second IVF 5D transfer(frozen embryos(2) made on Dec 11th and I am now @ hgc beta 13.3 blood test taken yesterday I have to go back for the second hoc beta test on Monday 12/21 and I am so nervous....after 13 miscarriages now I am on neopugen and estradiol and dexamethisone pills along with my prenatal vitamins and vaginal progesterone am and pm suppository. Is it normal the hgc at 13.3? I feel so scary and nervous about all this but I have faith to success on it. After 12 years of trying and finally my doctor a specialist in miscarriage gave me an answer for all my miscarriages which is elevated natural killers cells and now I am receptive. So, I am happy on that way that finally I got and explanation about my consecutive miscarriages. I will keep you on post after my second hoc beta result. Thanks...I have faith on this pregnancy.
maria cardenas

Dr. Braverman

2005 Posts
RE: Miscarriages for NKC activated and not receptive Posted on: Dec 19, 2015 at 6:28am
High NKC by itself is not an "explanation" but just a symptom of some other underlying issue. That by itself is not enough information to prescribe neupogen, although it is a good therapy and may still be of benefit to you. As I state so often , and especially with a history such as yours , you need a complete immune analysis, see my website for what this entails. Please let me know how you do and good luck,the number can still go up!!
Dr. Jeffrey Braverman MD FACOG
Medical Director
Braverman Reproductive Immunology P.C.

Dr. Braverman

2005 Posts
RE: Miscarriages for NKC activated and not receptive Posted on: Mar 26, 2016 at 7:07am
yes CRAMS applies here , the name would be too long if I included failed implantation in CRAMS but it impiles that the embryo converts to aneuploidy once transferred and is the reason also for a complete negative pregnancy test.
Dr. Jeffrey Braverman MD FACOG
Medical Director
Braverman Reproductive Immunology P.C.