After many positive home preg. tests over 4 days I was elated. Then I started to bleed VERY heavily with blood clots. Cramping no worse (if not better) than normal period. On the second day (today- 4 weeks 6 days) I went to hospital. Doc Urine test was negative as well as home test. Yet to receive blood work for antibodies (rh neg) and hcg. Transvaginal ultrasound showed possible cervical cysts, sac at cervical opening, or possibly cervical ectopic pregnancy. Received anti D shot. Upon returning home I have bled very little. I do feel pressure on cervical area. Is it stuck? I am hoping to pass remaining tissue. If ectopic cervical pregnancy, what are the chances that the test was negative (after many positives) and the pregnancy is still developing? I have been asked to go for more blood-work on Monday. However, I am concerned that this is too much development time in the unlikely (but serious) case. If simply a miscarriage, how long can I expect to wait for the tissue to pass? Thank you.
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