We discovered that my thyroid levels were low, my adrenals were low, and my hormone levels were completely out of whack. Having a basically nonexistent progesterone level was the explanation for all of the miscarriages I have had. In fact, it is an absolute miracle that we have Abby and Pax. Progesterone is essential to sustaining a pregnancy in the first 12 weeks of life, and it's amazing that I did not lose the kids we have with my low levels. God has been so good to us in ways we never even knew.
|Pax and me on Mother's Day at Waffle House|
I am so very thankful that this appointment was productive and helpful. After hearing so many times that everything was "normal" when I knew everything was not, it is a huge relief to know I will be able to overcome the fatigue I have been battling for so long now.
|Abby and me playing flower princesses one morning in May|
It's my hope as my energy returns again that I will be able to blog more again in the future.
For now, I am so grateful to be on the right path to feeling good and am so thankful that God directed us where we needed to go to get some answers that we needed very much.
‘My grace is sufficient for you, for My power is made perfect in weakness.’ Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me.” (2 Corinthians 12:9)