Well, i was just wondering what your thoughts are...
I had an IUI done Aug 30 and 31st. I went 2 weeks later to find out that I was pregnant but with very low HCG @ 17 I went back a couple days for another blood test and hcg was 15. They had me go in a week later which was tuesday and my hcg came back at 288. I have to go back for another blood test today to see if the levels went up or down. Has anyone experienced this and went on having a normal pregnancy? Or does it usually mean miscarriage/ectopic?
I almost 6 weeks pregnant according to my period and date of conception. Ok here is the story I had a period August 16, 2009 normal period. My husband and I have been running on different schedules due to our 4 month old daughter so he and I have only since my last period had intercourse on our anniversary which was August 31, 2009. I realized I was pregnant a couple weeks ago. Last thursday Sept 17th had my hcg levels checked they were only at 318, had them rechecked on Sat. Sept. 19,2009 they had went up to798. Went to the doctor Monday Sept 21, 2009. They done an ultrasound my baby is only tracking at around 4 weeks. They really do not seem concerned, but I am because I know the last time my husband and I had intercourse and I know how far along I should be. Also during the ultrasound a sac was found but no baby or fetal pole. Is there possibly something wrong with my pregnancy?? Anyone else went through anything like this??? Please help!!!
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