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Old 07-05-2005, 05:00 AM
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Default Provigil & Miscarriage

I was diagnosed with narcolepsy in summer of 2002. I started on a low dosage and then was moved up 400mg a day. In January of 2003 I found I was carrying a set of twins. Immidiately I stopped my medication. In April of 2003 I had a miscarriage. Doctors said there was no explanation. In December of 2003 I found out I was again expecting again I stopped taking my meds. Today 2/20/04, I lost my baby again. Both pregnancies I was taking my medicine for the first month because I was not aware that I was pregnant. I have had 3 children prior to my diagnosis of narcolepsy or treatment with provigil. I need to know why my babies are dying!! We don't want to keep going through this but like most of you. I need this medicine to make it through the day. Please reply if anything similar has happened to you. Thanks in advance.
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