Join Date: Mar 2004
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 0 Post(s)
I don't know the effect on nursing, but isn't it progesterone, a hormone you make anyway? I don't know, off to research...
Wife to an amazing man , mommy to 3 wild dudes: ds1 (5/23/05 @ 30 weeks), ds2 (3/5/09) , and ds3 (9/26/10) . Part time librarian, full time mommy, occasional chef and maid.
Well, I looked around on the internet (I googled PPROM and supplemental progesterone) and all the info I found seems to point to this being relatively new, and it looks like they are suggesting it for any woman with a history of PTL, including PPROM at this point. But an OB or peri might have access to medical journal and things with more up to date information. I think it is a good thing to discuss with your doc.
Oh yeah, Vera (boscopup) has good information on PPROM and I think she directed me to a website, as well as suggested I look into the shots if I were to try again.
|44 members and 9,506 guests|
|AlaskAnne , AllTomorrowsParties , AndriaLeAnn , bananabee , Beemoore99 , bluefaery , Bobur Artukmetov , Boot , davidjones , elliha , farmermomma , featherstory , frances bakin' , GLee99 , GloriaSun , greenemami , Johnny Leaver , johnrore , katelove , LifeofaFighter , Lifted , LiLStar , Marumi , metafisica , Milk8shake , Mommiee2010 , Mylie , NaturallyKait , oaksie68 , peebs , primalmom , prosciencemum , pulcetti , sahithya , SandiMae , Sao600 , sarafl , slackjames , sofreshsoclean , SuzieSmiles , zannster , zebra15|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 12:21 PM.|