Here are the facts, would love your stories and advice...thanks x
I believe I would be 8 weeks.
Start of last period was on approx the 8/12/09.
At approx 6-7 weeks started having brown discharge.
Sat went into ED had blood clot and cramping - blood test results showed hcg of 6610 (5 weeks)
Have had cramping on and off since then and constant bleeding
Had ultrasound and measuring 5 weeks in uterus
Thought def miscarriage
Today (2 days from initial blood test) had another with hcg at 10920 (not double but rising)????
Any ideas? Thought was def miscarriage and am now confused?
I'm sorry you are going through this. I would def try to have more blood work done and req a u/s. You may not be able to see the baby tho if you are off on your dates. The most accurate right now is seeing if your levels are doubling every few days. Bleeding and cramping are common early on in pg. I would def talk with your dr and keep a close eye on your numbers. It's a scary time but hang in there. Take it easy. Best wishes to you and good luck. Please let me know what happens.
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