My HCG levels are rising very slowly so the dr said he thinks I may have an ectopic pregnancy or Im having an impending m/c. With my other 2 loses 1 was a m/c and 1 a chemical and with those pregnancies I had spotting and cramping with this one I don't. It is so hard to just sit around and wait for something to happen especially when it doesnt even feel like anything is wrong. I have a 2 year old son Jacob. I also have PCOS so it is very challenging for me to even get pregnant. I have to use Clomid. My other 2 loses didn't effect me like this one. With the other 2 I knew something wasnt right with this one I had no idea. Im so depressed need words of encouragement please. Im not sure if I want to go through another round of Clomid or just give up...View Thread
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