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Ultrasound with no baby?

Hi everyone, im just new on here but need some help!! My husband and i found out we are pregnant on Thursday 21 July, and had Hcg done the same day which came back at 71. We then had it redone the following wednesday (27th July) and it had risen to 250. I had an ultrasound done today but the sonographer found nothing in my uterus, no sac or anything. He looked at my ovaries and didnt see anything in my tubes either. (He did an abdominal and t/v scan). Iv had blood taken again today so will find out the Hcg tomorrow morning but im really worried i will miscarry :( im 21 and this is our first pregnancy. Today iv notice some brown/dark red bleeding but not enough to stain a pad. Can anyone relate to this or have any information for us? Maybe we are too early but im so worried! Thank you!
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1353461 tn?1340378203
Yay! Congrats! I'm so happy for you!
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hey everyone!
rememer me,mi had a miscarriage on 1st of August, guess what??? i just found out i am pregnant, amazing, rite? on 29th decided to do a pt, just for fun, n i got a faint line, today went to see the doc for a blood test, hcg levels at 195ml, i suppose thats,dint even get my periods, i think i ovulated on 18 of august, not sure, but still levels are good,very excited, doctor got me to start using progestrone pessaries from today, starting early to avoid what happened the last 2 times!! so am feeling good about this, wish me luck all, and i also wosh you all luck.
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Thank you, we miscarried the following day xo
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1353461 tn?1340378203
They will not be able to see anything on an ultrasound until your hcg reaches at least 1500. What did the Dr. say about your increase in hcg? They usually like to see it double every 2 days. I will pray for you.
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