After trying for about 5 years i am pregnant. i dont feel like i am though. even argued with the test. but apparently i am. not very far along though. my doc said 3-4 weeks but my hcg levels said 5 weeks. had them done may 20 was at 358 and then may 23 it was 750. from what i understand this is a good level. right? also is anyone else here due around jan. my doc hasnt really told me when my due date is. so fustrating.View Thread
ok you said you lost some twins right? well iwas prego with twins and did not know it. my hcg level was really high so they thought i was very far along. then the ultra sound we didnt see anything so we did the blood wook and myy hcg level dropped. then another ultra sound showded the baby. apparently i was pregnant with twins which cuased the really high hcg and then the loss of one cause the really low hcg. keep hope if it starts to go back up then you will know. not seeing the baby in the sack tells me you are not that far along. Good luckView Thread
has anyone else had issues with urinating? i go to the bathroom and even after i am done i still feel like i need to go. and then i will stand up and some will leak out. it doesnt burn or anything. sometimes i have to push it out . i also have a reaccuring pain on my left side of my stomach lower of ocurse. please tell me everything is okView Thread
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