so i found out yesterday that i am going to have a miscarriage . today i am 5 weeks and 5 days. im only having spotting when i use the restroom. i want to hurry up and get this over with. are there anyways to make me start miscarrying now so i dont have to wait who knows how long. last time i miscarried it happend really quick. its so weird because this miscarriage is so different from the one last month. it was so painful last time and i was only 4 weeks and 3 days. as of now i dont even have cramping. just lots of spotting and none doubling hcg levels. im tired of waiting and i want this out of my body. i have been through enough and this isnt fair. any advice on what i can do?
doubling time is 48-72 hrs, depends on the woman. i would just have them monter you and do a u/s in a week or 2. my sister bled the whole time with hers and passed clots and all. i wouldnt give up just yet.
i agree with them.. i bled for 4 days and giong to see the doc monday.. i'm not giving up! and mine was more than spotting.. don't give up yet! everybody is different.. there is no baseline or normal in pregnancy!
yeah but my hcg levels are not even close to doubling. they went from 353 to 375 in 2 days. that is most likely a miscarriage. ive given up all hope. im sure my levels are starting to fall now. that was last week when they did that. i know bleeding can be normal but not with the hcg levels i have. im not giveing myself any hope because ive already been let down to much already.
I went to the Misdiagnosed Miscarriage website and I'm reading women's stories and a LOT of them had healthy pregnancies without doubling HCG. I highly suggest you go and speak with these women and get support. Because even if you do end up miscarrying, looks like it's a great support system (of course WE are too! We don't want you to LEAVE, but want you to have two places where people love you).
You should wait a little longer. I know is frustrating i had 2 m/c myself last year. I know what you're going through. But your doctor should follow you more closely to see exsactly what is going on. He has to take sono. to see if the embryo grows or not and the HCG where is going.With my first m/c my levles started going down then up then down and the embryo was same place. It took me 4 weeks to start m/c. With the second i had some bleeding one day at 8 weeks not much only when i wifed but that was the day when the baby's hearbeat stopped. I went next day for a sono. and the clinic where i went wanted to do immediately a D/c. I called my Re and asked him and he said not to do the DnC cause it's not good. So i made an appointment at a hospital and they give a pill to induce m/c. I don't remember the name right now. She give 4 pills to insert vaginally and i started having cramping and pain within 4 hours. In 12 hours i started m/c. So there is something you can take if you wanted to finish with it. But make sure first. I'm sorry what you're going to. God Bless
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