Hcg Level scare. I go for 1 more test tomorrow or Karman Cannula on Thursay :(
Hey im new.
A little about me.
27 yr old mom to 3 boys & step mom to a little girl
I had tubal ligation Dec 2003
I had Tubal Reversal Nov 2009
Became pregnant 2 days after Tubal Reversal surgery. Conceie very quickly.
At 4 week and 3 days I "supposedly" miscarried. Dec 21st 2009
Went to a ER. They told me that I naturally miscarried and was okay to ttc when we felt okay to.
Well at that ER never did hCG levels on me so I never knew what my first set of numbers would have been.
Okay so long story short, On New Years eve, I began bleeding once again.
Went to a different ER where they did hCG levels, u/s and pelvic exam.
I was in the hospital for 5 hours.
So here are my dates and levels
Jan 1st 232
Jan 4th 322
The numbers are not doubling. They are rising but not doubling. My OB/GYN did not want to do another hcg test on me and had already scheduled me for a procedure called Karmen Cannula?!?!? Anyone have this before?
But I asked for 1 more hCG level because of all the posts I read on here when women have found their babies in the last ultrasound or had their hCG levels skyrocket! I dont want to harm my pregnancy if its just slow. So What if my numbers are still low tomorrow and my doctor tells me we have to do the Karman Cannula? Im afraid that my baby just needs more time. But idk. Im mentally exhausted. Is there anyone here that had a tubal reversal surgery and went through this? Any help is appreciated.
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