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Could I be having a miscarriage??

I just started bleeding heavy red last night but I couldn't get to the hospital. I had no fever, cramps, nothing that is supposed to be a sign of miscarriage. I was spotting really really light brown last week for 3 days but I stopped. But I just went to the doctor literally a day ago and my levels went up twice as much and my doctor said everything is fine and the baby is okay. Is there a chance I could be having a miscarriage even if my levels just went up a day ago?
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I'm sure the doctors un this forum could tell you. I suggest going to the doctor no one here will know. Good luck I hope your baby us beautiful and healthy
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My levels were still going up when I had a missed misscarriage however You may just be one of the unlucky ones that bleed through the pregnancy still. No one on here will be able to tell you as every pregnancy is different. I would demand a scan so you can find out for sure. Good luck
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Heavy red bleedig isn't usually a good thing. Could be a miscarriage. Could be a subchorionic hemorrhage. You should go get checked to be sure.
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I bled 13 weeks 23 weeks and 40 weeks my little girl is perfectly happy but I would go get checked just to be on the safe side
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I bled with my daughter because of her placenta moving up off of my cervix, there are multiple reasons for bleeding not all of them so tragic
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Op, did you go get checked or did the bleeding stop?
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İ went to the doctor and they did an ultrasound and took blood and it turns out I've had an infection in my body for a year that could cause a miscarriage, but they said that my levels were awfully high for someone so early. My levels dropped but they didn't mention miscarriage.. are they supposed to mention that I could be miscarrying if I am? Or do they just wait for me to miscarry to say anything?
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I stopped spotting but I'm spotting again. It's like it's never ending.
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I have constant light brownish yellowish spotting since 5 weeks,  I am now 14weeks. Had a heavy streaming bleed at 10 weeks and so far baby hanging on.  I'm also on cyclogest vaginally once a day now,  used to be twice.  So sometimes it can go both ways,  just keep praying your baby into existence  good luck!  What did the scan show?
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I've been trying to keep hope that my bleeding is as harmless as everyone else's, and I'm super early, like 4-6 weeks and they haven't been able to see anything but the amniotic sac and the yolk sac.
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Give it another week or two and scan again,  then hopefully you will see a heartbeat,  can detect from as early as 6 weeks already.  How's your progesterone levels?
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İ think I'm earlier than 6 weeks but we don't know for sure, and I'm not sure what progesterone levels are honestly.. this is my first pregnancy and I wasn't expecting this so I don't know much. Lol. Are you referring the the hcg levels and such?
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Along with the hcg ask them to test your progesterone levels as well, this must be u  a certain ranfe fir a healthy first trimester and duration of pregnancy. If it's not they can describe something you take till 12 weeks when they say the placenta should have taken over and then produces in its own progesterone
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