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Possibly pregnant again after miscarriage

So I was almost 3 months pregnant when I found out my baby no longer had a heartbeat and I was going to miscarry. I miscarried at home on Oct 4th and was bleeding for almost 2 weeks after so my doctor gave me a pill to take to make sure the fetus and everything was out and to stop the bleeding. I took the pill and stopped bleeding almost the next day, went back to the doctor 2 days later and was advised I can start trying to conceive again and they ran blood tests to make sure my hcg levels had returned to normal, I checked my results and they were still high like I was still prego but on the scale it showed as if I was 0-1 week prego and not almost 3 months. Me and my boyfriend have been having sex since then and I had a period in November that was 4 days and this month I got my period on the 11th and it lasted 3 days. This week I experienced brown discharge/bleeding but it has stopped now after 3 days and have thrown up but it's nothing like my first pregnancy. I'm not experiencing sore boob's but I am having cramps. Could this mean I could be prego again ? Even tho I'm not having the normal symptoms like I had my first pregnancy with the baby I miscarried, I feel like I could be pregnant again since we have been trying. Are there any other moms who have gotten pregnant soon after a miscarriage who experienced different signs than the first pregnancy? Please help.
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