I had pain in my lower back during the night so bad that I had to take paracetamol to get to sleep, this was after having a positive pregnancy test earlier that day, my last period was on the 5th Jan so I'm only about 4 and a half weeks pregnant. I went to get my self checked out at the early pregnancy unit on thursday because I have had 2 early miscarriages in the past but also went full term and have a 19mth old boy.
they did an internal scan but could not see anything, so took bloods telling me that it was probably too early, then they called me back in yesterday for another blood test the hcg had doubled almost tripled (I think this is what they meant but one of the hormones was low the other high, may have this wrong) but they said it was highly likely to be an Ectopic pregnancy, is there any way it just too early to tell and this could be a mistake? I'm no longer in any pain just feeling a bit tired but most of the pregnancy symptoms seem to have gone like needing to go to the toilet a lot!
I felt a lot different with my son, your advice would be welcomed! due to be scanned again tomorrow morning
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