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Found out I was 4w 1d pregnant on Friday and had heavy bleeding the same day.

Woke in on Friday(11/25/16) and decided to take a pregnancy test, after three minutes there was a very faint positive line. I waited an hour and took another and there was a darker positive line. Shortly after the second test I started cramping and having light bleeding, the bleeding lasted throughout the whole day and got very heavy and dark in the early AM on Saturday(11/26/16 aroun 0400) my husband took me to the ER and my Beta hCG was 31 and found out I'm RH- so they gave me a Rogham shot. I'm going to the doctor tomorrow to get my Beta hCG tested again to see if it's gone up or down...
my question is if anyone else has gone through something like this and have had a successful pregnancy? Should I expect the worst or stay hopeful?
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I don't have advice or can relate but I wish you the best!!
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UPDATE!!! I did hear back from my doctors and everything is normal. My numbers are quadrupling.  
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Im glad youre little one is doing good :)
10421138 tn?1425524200
I swear I just had this happen to me. Like I cried cause I though I lost the baby but my blood work like quadrupled or tripled cause I went from my blood work being 1 something to 4 something. I'm glad you're okay and that baby it's as well. Best of luck to your future.
10421138 tn?1425524200
By the way, we found out we were pregnant the same day lol. I'm now 5 weeks and 6 days. I'll be 6 weeks tomorrow.
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