Positive pregnancy test after a month from miscarriage
So I went to the doctors August 25th the day my period should have started and they said they thought I was having a miscarriage because my hcg levels dropped and sent me home to rest. So now on Sept 25th I had such bad pains and couldnt even walk and was throwing up. I have been having some symptoms of pregnancy like smelling certain things no one else can or eating a little more than usual and having more headaches and such.... I took a pregnancy test and its Sept 30th and the test came out as soon as I peed on it... POSITIVE! So now what is it still positive from last month? I called the docs and they said it will only stay positive for 20days so Im passed that.... I started bleeding but its like a brown discharge more than a period.. Im so confused I dont know what to think.. Can you have 2 miscarriages 2 months in a row?
Im in the same situation, september 2nd i had a misscariage & i was 6 weeks 4 days pregnant. Its september 30th & im still not on my period last saturday i had a spot of pink blood on my tissue like i did last time but it was implantation bleeding! I dont no whats going on :( <3
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