I was thrilled to review that some expectant females might currently be aided by progesterone shots ( Women at greater danger of losing the unborn baby to be used hormonal agent medication by NHS, 24 November).

Almost precisely 50 years back, in 1972, after I would certainly sustained the broken heart of 4 losing the unborn babies, my compassionate professional suggested regular progesterone shots. Helped by those shots, I took place to bring to life 2 healthy and balanced little girls. In 1978, after relocating to Cambridge, I was expectant once more as well as, complying with small blood loss, my general practitioner voluntarily suggested hormonal agent shots. I was, nevertheless, roundly criticised by the healthcare facility professional on my initial antenatal see, since such shots apparently impeded, instead of aided. I was informed, starkly, that my infant was dead. That child is currently a healthy and balanced 6ft guy.

Molly Warrington

Cambridge

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