On Aug. 3rd i thoguth i was starting my period to find out it was just spotting, which was weird because this never happened to me before. On the 7th i took a hpt which was positive, followed by 3 more which were also positive. i scheduled a dr apt but couldnt get in until the 29th. on the 9th i started bleeding like my period, it was red and lasted 4 days, then i tested negitive on 4 tests. i thought i was going through a miscarriage. on the 29th when i went to the doctor she said it sounded like a mc but wanted to do a blood test to confirm, when i got my test reslults she said my hcg levels were too low to sustain a pregnancy but she wanted to recheck my levels in a week, when i receieved my resluts she said they were still low but went up since my last test. now they want me to wait a few days to see if i start my period, if not they want to schedule a ultrasound. could i be pregnant again?
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