hey my name is sue im 25 yrs old...recently had a natural miscarriage may 17th, i was 5 weeks pregnant. went to the ER they ran bloodwork my hcg levels where at 12, the ultrasound found nothing in my uterus so i didnt need a d&c...the er doctor told me to come back on may 19th to see if my hcg levels go up or down which they went down to 3, today is june 23rd and now its been 5 weeks since my last miscarriage and i have not seen one sign of my period... my breast feel sore, i had mild cramping 2 days ago but it went away and i look and feel real bloated. i really dont know whats going on. i took a pregnancy test this morning and it came out negative. me and my husband have been trying to concieve again, so we started having sex a week after my miscarriage till now...also my miscarriage only lasted for 4 days... i really just needed some advice im just so anxious...i dont know if i could possibly be pregnant again maybe i took the test to early?...
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