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Am I really having a missed miscarriage? Dont know what to do. Please help

to my dr the next day to confirm if am really pregnant. So my dr did urine test and it was positive that I was pregnant. My dr calculated it based from my last period which was April 20 but I am irregular. So during that visit to my dr she said Im more on 8-9 weeks so she scheduled me for an u/s the following week. On my first u/s, they said I wasnt 8-9 weeks but I was more on 5-6 weeks but they couldn’t detect any heartbeat though there was a gestational sac in there. They suspected it was too early to detect the heartbeat and they asked me to come back 2 weeks after. The following week I had my dr’s appointment again for follow up then explained to me everything about the results of my u/s. Dr said that I might leading to a miscarriage then all of a sudden she realized that she might be wrong about the miscarriage part because Im irregular. At that time I still having breast sore and up to this date, no vaginal bleeding. So my dr sent me for my first blood test for hcg, the following day I had 18,000 which was really really good. 2 days after, I went to another blood test and my hcg dropped down to 14,400. 4 days after I found out, I went to the emergency coz of I was feeling nauseous and a bit of cramp (not too painful). They did an u/s but then again, they couldn’t see any heartbeat. Did some blood test for my hcg and it dropped down again to 10,000. Is this really now enough proof that am leading to a miscarriage? Tomorrow I am going to see my Gynecologist see what she says. The dr from the emergency said that I have 2 options: one is that I can have the miscarriage naturally, that it’ll come out by itself or I can take the pills (forgot what is it called). At this point I don’t know what to do, cannot really make any decision. Im just hoping and praying that miracles will come since it’s my first pregnancy.
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973741 tn?1342342773
I answered on your other post but miracles can happen. I'm not sure how this will turn out as the drop in HCG is pretty significant and scary but until its over, it's not over, right?  How are you doing now?   hugs
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