Update--please advise--growth, but still not sure how far along I am
Well, let me recap since I know everyone can't read all of the posts. I m/c on Ja 29th, ovulated on March 16th,but then got a positive on March20th--so assumig the positive opk was sayig I was pregnant. I went for my fist u/s on March27th and saw nothing and the HCG levels were 11,600. Had a second u/s on March 30th and more blood drawn--the levels were at 19, 800 and we saw an embryo and a sac. My progesterone was a little low, so I am on Prometrium. The levels weren't as high as we had hoped, but there was growth. We still don't know how far along I am and having another u/s on April 4th to see if there is growth, if the levels have gone up, and if this is going to be a viable pregancy. Please advise. I am so scared. All of this is nervewracking and I was wondering is anyone has gone through the same. Thank you so much for your stories and words of hope. I am a wreck and pray my angel will be here in 9 months.
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