So very long story short, I have had 4 normal healthy pregnancies with no complications. I lost a baby at 15 weeks in December for unknown reasons and then lost another baby in May at 14 weeks with Turner syndrome. As part of my "workup" they discovered I have prothrombin 2 mutation. I do have an appointment with maternal fetal medicine in August to discuss their recommendations for future pregnancies. My doctor said to expect them to suggest heparin and a repeat c/s (my last live birth was a HBA3C). I'm not crazy about either of those at all. But... my doctor said we may just be chasing our tails here because I've had 4 healthy pregnancies and that the "big gun" interventions may not be needed. Too bad I'm moving 4 hours away in about a month.
There isn't a ton of research on it either way. I'm wondering if anyone has just taken a baby aspirin during pregnancy and maybe some Omega 3s and have been okay. I don't want to ride the high intervention train if I can help it.