Ok so i had a miscarriage over 6 weeks ago. I was 8 weeks along when i lost the baby. Im so confused as to what is happening right now. My hcg levels 2 weeks ago were 169 and yesterday was 35. Clearly they have been going down but very slowly. About 2 weeks ago i started spotting for a few days and then bleed really heavy for a few days. Is it normal to get a period with your hcg level at 169? Or maybe was that "period" a chemical pregnancy? Im so confused :( this miscarriagr has been awful and id appreciate anybodys help or opinions!
It took me a little over a month to get my levels down and normal.
I had very abnormal periods as well as spotting afterward.
It was all abnormal for the entire next 6 months before I got pregnant again.
Sorry for your loss :(
I was nearly 13 weeks before I was able to pass my twins.
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