I have searched for a story such as yours on the internet. I was about 6 wks into my preg & began to experience mod bleeding. I have had 3 u/s. The 1st they found a single baby and a hb of a119 and the 2nd time 105. Which was a bad sign. They diag in the 1st u/s that the bleeding was from a subchorionic bleed and I was at high risk for m/c. After still bleeding and changing to med flow, I had a 3rd u/s and they said that their was no hb. I was sent home and given the opt for D&C or natural m/c. I too chose natural. Since then my bleeding is very min and brown in color. They took a blood test for which they exp to see my horm level decrease & it turns out to be within norm range, & I still feel very preg. I go for the 4th u/s this Mon., and am hoping for good news after reading your story.
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