"It could be bloody show. It means your cervix is ripening and changing and you are loosing your mucus plug. Just one of many things to come and let you know your body is getting ready! Mention it to your doctor but they will probably fig..."
From mtzcherry update: Well had my ultrasound 1/14 but they only saw a yolk sack. The Dr Called that night said there could be 3 diffrent thing going on with hcg so high 1. that it was still to early.. 2. that I could be haveing twins and that there to small to see 3. That I was haveing a miscarriage again :( he told me to take another blood test on the 1/15 i went hcg went up 44,582 call from Dr. 1/16 said it looks good to get another ultrasound today, tomorrow or monday but Idk What to do I guess im just scared to get a diffrent answer
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