Sadly, you need to ask your clinic for clarification, but if they say (m/c ment.)
Daisy (Login loochieuk) Posted Nov 30, 2011 11:10 AM
pregnancy rather than live birth you may be unlucky sadly.
Dee, I would personally really investigate all other issues before assuming it was embryo quality. Despite chromosomal abnormality being a primary cause of failure and miscarriage, you already have had a loss at 16 weeks and this is a red flag for other issues.
I notice that you did not start heparin at the beginning of your cycle which is not usual protocol for a clotting disorder and can affect implantation leading to bfn/m/c.
I would also check (if not done so) your thyroid, DH karyotype, uterus, autoimmune, infection, and sperm issues just to make sure all is covered.
Please forgive me for going on and on (people must be sick of it!) but I assumed age and/or DE quality was to blame for my losses, but in the end it was something wrong with me that was fixable...