Tested Positive on Feb 27th at home... sooo many issues it was really early, many misdiagnosis thinking it was ectopic or molar miscarriage 6 sonos from Feb 24th to march 13rd,
FINALLY on march 13rd heard and saw heart beat <3 88 BPM said 6weeks 5 days
All seemed fine I noticed morning sickness and headache let up but doc said no worries... Sudden bleeding on April 8th (10 weeks 2 days) ER saw no HB so I went next day to confirm with doctor, and no HB growth signs had stopped about two weeks prior... DNC scheduled for April 16th BUT I started hemorrhaging April 13th (11weeks 1day) and saw the sac and baby come out, was so awful and heart breaking.
They gave me methragine and bleeding stopped April 17th, started trying again april 19th...
Now my home tests shows strong positive tonight... *******OVERVIEW******** Tested Positive Feb 27th Saw HB March 13rd Sudden bleeding April 8th (HCG 35,000) Complete miscarriage April 13th bleeding stopped April 17th *** Tested home PT just to see if HCG wasnt present, positive but VERY FAINT Positive line started trying again April 19th
Confused April 29th *** Tested home PT just to see if HCG, positive but VERY STRONG Positive line
****EXTRA INFO**** I tested positive at 1 week and 3 days pregnant, Im obviously sensitive to the HCG tests, have no regular periods
(I have two children 11 and 8 and had 4 miscarriages in between the two ( but those were prior relationship DV and were brought on from assaults and duress)
SOS... Am I pregnant again or is it still the last of this, I have the same discharge I had two weeks prior to first home test, I feel lost hurt and so confused View Thread
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