Hello, I'm 21 and just found out that I am pregnant yesterday, 4 pregnancy tests came back positive, then today I had some bleeding, not bad but enough to concern me, earlier in the day around 2:30pm (10/11/13) I had pinkish blood, now around 7:50 pm I am having some brown blood. I have mild cramping. I went to the ER and they did a trans-vaginal (i believe thats what it was called) and they also did one on my abdomen. They couldn't see anything on either of them, they also said that my HCG hormone level was 118, and I need to go back in two days to get tested again. Has this ever happened to anyone else and everything was okay? An app I used estimated I was 4 weeks, but the doctor estimated round 1-2 weeks pregnant. They also told me that I have an UTI and prescribed me an antibiotic.
I had a transvaginal ultrasound after I took 4 pg tests, and they told me they couldnt find anything but my hcg level was at 133 and my pg tests came out positive. My doctor said it could've just been too early totell.I went back every 2 days until I reached over 2000. Don't go by the levels because it could be wrong, everyones levels vary. I thought I was at 6 wks turned out I was at 9.
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