had a similar problem but my levels were all kinds of off, they actually thought i had miscarried until i demanded an ultrasound. which showed i had a baby in my tummy, very much alive!!!! i was put on progesterone and now im 27 weeks pregnant and doing good, nothing seems to be wrong. so i wouldnt worry unless you have a real reason to be. alot of girls bleed and spot during pregnancy, you can actually have full blown periods while pregnant.View Thread
actually experienced the same thing, the cramping they thought was an ectopic pregnancy, and i freaked out because no heart beat was found around 5 to 6 weeks, you actually cannot hear or see the heart until 8 weeks pregnancy i was told. so after 8 weeks check and see, and even then its the VERY beginning of being able to tell anything about the heart beat, worrying will cause you to more complications so really just try to stay calm and just stay updated by a doctor.View Thread
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