So im 2 months late and i took a blood test and i tested positive for being pregnant. But the prgnancy hormone is very low, so my doctor had me get an ultra sound. And the results showed no trace of a baby. Is there any way i could be pregnant??
It depends on if it's a viable pregnancy or not. A baby won't show up on an u/s before 6 weeks and even then it's iffy. If your HCG levels are doubling then you are pregnant. What is your doctor saying?
I dont even think a 1 is enough to be considered pregnant!! with HCG at 1 it is not a suprise you are not seeing anything on an U/S, I am shocked a blood test even came out positive. Are you sure your HCG is at 1, just sounds really odd to me??
Your levels are normal for a women who isn't pregnant. No blood test registers this as being pregnant. You can just have delayed cycles. You don't have to be pregnant for it to happen. Has your doctor discussed medicines or anything to help induce your cycle?
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