Hello everyone, I am 10 weeks and one day. Last week at my u/s they didnt hear a heartbeat and told me that I lost my baby. I went in two days later and they had told me that my HCG levels were 87,000. Because of this, she wasn't 100% sure that I did miscarry. I was nine weeks four days at that u/s. I have been going in for bloodwork every 2 days and my levels keep rising. My doctor told me she was cautiously optomistic. I have had ZERO cramping spotting or bleeding. I still feel sick on and off and i'm very tired all the time and my acne has been flaring up as well. I still feel pregnant. I'm nervous for tomorrow, as I'm scared they wont find a heartbeat and schedule a D&C. Is it ok to not hear or see the heartbeat yet? I'm so confused as it seems is my doctor. She thought maybe I'm just not as far along, but my first positive test was March 17, so I should be at least 7 weeks...Any ideas why they cant find anything but my levels are still high and on the rise?View Thread
Yeah, its so confussing. I have had bloodwork and vaginal u/s 4 times since last wednesday when they first thought there was a problem. I'm not trying to HEAR it, I'm trying to SEE it. I went in Wednesday and they said that they saw a little nubbin that wasnt there last time so they think i either had back to back pregnancies or twins and lost one. I really dont think they know what to tell me.... It's so hard, it's almost harder than loosing it and knowing for sure and moving on and trying agian.View Thread
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