Goodmoring everybody i went to the doctor and they said that i am haveing a baby and i said ok. The only thing is that i have pcod (poly cystic overy disease) this could make it be a false pos so that is what i thought it was, but the 1st time they checked my hcg they were 174 and 2 days later they are 268. I have been haveing some bleeding that is redish brown and some headachs and some mentrial like pains in my back. The doctor tried to do ultosound and he couldnt see the baby could somebody tell me why. I am worring alot .
The blood could be the start of implantation (egg and sperm making sells and "burrowing" into yoyr uterine wall) headaches are normal because of the rise in HCG. And the "cramps" can also be caused by implantation. Good luck!
most people don't even find out they are pregnant until 4-5 weeks so idk how you found out so early lol and doctors usually will not do a ultrasound until 7 weeks cause before then you can't see anything.
You aren't 1-2 weeks. That's when egg is ferlized and is attaching to you uterus. Your more like 4-5 weeks. Its normal not to see much until after 6 weeks. Did they do a vaginal scan? I saw mine at 5+6 but my sister couldn't see anything until 7 so don't stress. Your doctor should of explained this. Your pregnancy is counted from your last period unless its irregular then its done from a dating scan.
#1- you can get a positive hpt before 5 weeks, I was 4w3d when I got my first positive.
#2- there is nooo way you can know you're pregnant at 1-2 weeks, unless like your case, hcg levels are confirmed by a doctor.
#3- there will be nothing on the ultrasound at 1-2 weeks, thats why he wouldn't do one, the first 4 weeks aren't even considered "fetus" or a pregnancy, its called a zygote, I believe (I could be wrong, so dont quote me on that one) :)
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