how long from hcg levels dropping do you start bleeding?
ok so how long after levels dropping would you start to spott or bleed ....?im sure im heading for my third miscarriage ..i think my levels have been dropping for about a week to week and a half..how long dose it usualy take?
elisha..my dr. said it could take up to four weeks...that's the time he gave me that I was to call again and check my levels and then see about having a d&c if nothing was happening....I just couldn't handle the waiting and not knowing so I had a d&c. At that time they estimated the baby had stopped growing for about 2 weeks and I had no symptoms. It depends on your body and how well the body is prepared for the pregnancy.. Have you been to the dr?
I'm sorry for your situation. it's hard to say with one of my m/cs my levels were going up and my body was preparing for a m/c. I agree with the other women it depends on your body and every pg is different. Has your dr told you that a m/c is what is happening etc? How far along are you? Best wishes to you......
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