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K i had some very light pink in my discharge...the 2nd day i called.the doc..had an ultrasound done...the sac was ther but no baby....i was suposed.to b 8weeks but we dont know for sure when my last period was...ther doun a.blood test they said i wad.ethier losing tha baby or i wasnt.that.far...ill no forsure fri.....wat do u tjink please b honest and reply asap
So the same thing is happening to Me I had a light pink discharge went to the hospital did a pelvic they thought I was in between 8to10 weeks.. went to have an ultrasound about 36 hours later was a sac but no baby my hcg went from 7126 to 10897 in 36 hours so now I have to wait another week to have another ultrasound and hcg again.. even tho it rose I'm still worried
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