I found out I am about 5 weeks pregnant, I have been having mild cramps since I found out, nothing too serious... I also have been having clear discharge... this morning I thought I saw some blood on my toilet paper, so I rushed to the ER... I had my HcG levels tested, which is at 4,000... I also had a pelvic exam and the doctor said everything looked fine and she did not see any blood... But I am still scared because I have had a miscarriage in the past... Are my symptoms normal, and is my HcG level normal?
I would say that they should have tested your levels again 2 days after the first to see if they at least doubled. My levels were 14828 at 5 Weeks and 1 day. I think that's high but i'm not sure. My levels have been doubling at least every 2 days so that is comforting to me. I think you are fine. I wish you and I the best!
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