I am almost 8 weeks pregnant and today I've been having some brown discharge. I went to the dr and he found no heartbeat, but my hcg levels are normal. Last week we did an ultrasound and did find a heartbeat?
Hey I am very sorry to hear about the bad news, Finding no heartbeat on the scan means that you will miscarry this pregnancy, it is a horrible thing to happen and heartbreaking also. I know how you might be feeling I had a miscarriage last week, found out my baby had died at 9 weeks. I hope you keep well and all is normal. I am so sorry again and wish you all the best of luck in your next pregnancy if you decide to try again. x
Sometimes it takes your body a little bit to catch up that there may be something wrong. Sometimes Doctors can be wrong so always check twice but brown discharge is never a good sign but I spotted red and I still miscarried. I'm so sorry if that happens for you sweetie but until there is proof beyond a shadow of a doubt, hope.
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